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Jabari Issa
Jabari Issa

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Foster City, CA

High School:
San Mateo High School

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 285

Position:
NT

Experience:
3L

Preseason Honors
• Playboy All-American
• 2nd Team All-American – Football News
• 3rd Team All-American – Athlon's
• All-Pac-10 – Athlon's, Football News

Washington: Candidate for All-American honors ... named to Playboy Magazine's 1999 All-America Team ... teams with Mac Tuiaea to give the Huskies one of the best pair of interior linemen in the country ... explosive off the line with good quickness to chase down ballcarriers and to pressure quarterbacks ... athletic ability allows him to drop into zone coverage and be a threat as a kick blocker on special teams. 1998: Continued to develop as a star on Washington’s defensive line that was second in the Pac-10 at stopping the rush and first in total sacks ... dropped 10 pounds during the summer to help with his speed ... a first-team All-Pac-10 pick at defensive tackle ... started all 11 games making 41 stops ... tied for first on the team with eight sacks ... had team-best three sacks in game vs. California ... had a sack or tackle-for-loss in seven different games ... ranked fourth on the team with 12 tackles-for-loss ... had one tackle in 1998 Oahu Bowl ... a solid candidate for all-star honors in 1999 ... named the winner of the L. Wait Rising Lineman of the Year Award at annual team banquet. 1997: Started the season at defensive tackle and moved to defensive end following injury to Chris Campbell ... started eight of the 11 games he played ... managed to bat down four pass attempts ... scored on an 18-yard fumble recovery at Oregon State and Oregon ... named a team defensive MVP for performance vs. Oregon State ... recorded UW's only blocked punt vs. USC ... top tackling effort was five stops vs. Oregon ... had four solo tackles in Jeep Aloha Bowl ... named honorable mention All-Pac-10 by league's coaches ... named the most improved defensive lineman at the conclusion of the 1998 spring practice. 1996: One of seven true freshmen to see playing time ... saw game action in every contest except for BYU game ... had one tackle vs. Arizona and recorded two stops vs. San Jose State ... also caused a fumble in SJSU game.

High School and Personal: Born April 18, 1978 ... An All-Peninsula Athletic League and All-Bay Area pick as a senior ... played offensive tackle and defensive end since his sophomore season ... earned all-league honors as a freshman and junior ... accounted for over 100 tackles each season in four years of prep play ... also a starter on the San Mateo basketball team ... lettered four years in basketball ... won three letters on track team ... majoring in scoiology.

Year    G-S   Solo   Asst.   Tot.   Loss   FC   FR   PD   Int.   Sacks
1996    10-0    2      1      3      0-0    1    0    0   0-0    0-0
1997    11-8   18      6     24     6-27    0    1    4   0-0    1-5
1998    11-11  25     16     41    12-56    2    0    1   0-0    8-52
Totals  32-19  45     23     68    18-83    3    1    5   0-0    9-57
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