2010: Saw his season come to an end due to injury after having played in the first seven games ... started the first three games at one defensive tackle spot, then started at end against USC, Arizona State and Oregon State ... three tackles in the opener at BYU ... also had three stops, including half of a sack, in the win over Oregon State ... two tackles vs. Nebraska.
2009: Played in, and started in, eight of the UW's 12 games ... missed the Oregon, UCLA, Oregon State and Washington State games due to injury ... started the other eight at one defensive tackle spot ... season-high five tackles, including a sack, in the win over Idaho ... two tackles, one for a loss, at Stanford ... three tackles and a forced fumble in the Huskies' 16-13 win over No. 3 USC.
2008: Played in all 12 games during his sophomore season ... started a total of seven games at one of the defensive tackle spots ... started the first four games and then vs. Oregon State, Notre Dame and USC ... had four tackles in three games: vs. Oklahoma (all solo), Stanford and California ... three stops (all solo) against Arizona ... two tackles each vs. Notre Dame and Oregon State.
2007: Named to the Pac-10 All-Academic second team ... a regular in the rotation among the defensive tackles ... played in 12 of 13 (all but the UCLA game) ... had a tackle vs. Boise State and vs. USC.
2006: Earned the Mark Drennan Defensive Scout of the Year award at the team's postseason banquet ... won the UW's Pepsi Player of the Week Award for his work on the service team after the Oregon State game ... spent the year on the UW service team, but didn't see any action as a true freshman in 2006.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Led Ferris to an 8-2 record in 2005, including a 7-2 mark in Greater Spokane League play ... a first-team AP and Seattle Times all-state selection ... as a junior, recorded 10 sacks in five games before suffering an ankle injury ... Helped Ferris to a 7-3 record in 2004 ... a Seattle Times "Red Chip" recruit ... selected to the Rivals250 team, recognizing the top 250 prospects in the nation ... ranked 14th among U.S. defensive tackles and fourth among all Washington state prospects by Rivals.com ... ranked 91st in Scout.com's National Hot 100, 10th among defensive tackles ... ranked seventh overall on Scout.com's Northwest Hot 100, and No. 22 in the West Hot 100 ... tabbed as the No. 24 defensive lineman in the nation and named an All-American by PrepStar.
Elisara's Career Statistics