BYU Summary

Feula started his collegiate career at Arizona where he played in nine games with two starts as a redshirt freshman in 2002.  He had 11 tackles including two for loss and a nine yard sack.  Following his freshman season he transferred to Cerritos Junior College where he was an All-California selection in 2003 and a second-team JC All-America selection in 2004 after recording 85 tackles with seven sacks.

Feula transferred to BYU for his final two years of eligibility and recorded 25 tackles as a junior and 26 as a senior with 5.5 tackles for loss and one sack.

NFL Summary

Feula went undrafted in the 2006 NFL draft but signed a free agent deal with the Washington Redskins. He was cut during spring camp.

Where is he now?

Since his retirement from playing football Feula has worked on the academic staff at a school for troubled youth (Red Rock Canyon School), as an X-Ray technician and medical assistant, and as a football coach.  He is currently a graduate assistant for the BYU football team.

This Pro Profile details the BYU and professional career of a BYU football player. To see which other alumni have played professionally since 2000 please visit the FB Pro Tracker portion of the website.

The book “Saturday to Sunday: BYU Football Alumni in the NFL (2000-18)” will be published in July 2018. This Pro Profile is a stub that is expanded upon in the book to include prep, collegiate, and professional summaries, statistics, NFL transactions, where are they now updates, and interviews. For more information or to be notified of the release of the book please sign up here.

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