Breiden Fehoko
Hometown:Honolulu, HI
High School:Farrington HS


2018 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Teams with Rashard Lawrence to give LSU one of the top defensive end combinations in college football … Extremely talented defender that leaves everything on the field … Former Texas Tech transfer that saw his first action with the Tigers in 2018 after sitting out due to NCAA transfer rules in 2017 … Versatile enough to play either inside or outside … Spent first part of last season as LSU’s nose tackle before shifting to defensive end … Tremendous upper body strength with excellent quickness for a big man … One of the LSU team leaders and a fan favorite … Gained national attention with his pre-game “Haka”, which is done with his family just as the team enters the locker room after walking down Victory Hill … It’s become so popular that huge crowds gather to watch the Fehoko’s perform this traditional war cry, which is derived from their culture … His dad, Vili, served as “Vili the Warrior” at the University of Hawaii football and men’s volleyball games for over a decade … Breiden, just a young boy, would join his dad on the field at Aloha Stadium for halftime performances … Excels in the classroom and is active in community service projects … Named to the 2018 SEC Academic Honor Roll … Aspires to work in sports broadcasting once his football playing days are over … Two-year starter at Texas Tech before transferring to LSU … At LSU, has played in eight games with 16 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks.