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NFL Draft Player Spotlight: Romney Fuga, BYU

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Mammoth nose tackle Romney Fuga is easy to spot on the field. He’s the 330-pounder who anchors BYU’s 3-4 defense, often swallowing up double teams, allowing his teammates to run free through holes, which often leads to media accolades. While he hasn’t received the same type of hype as some of his fellow Cougar teammates, there’s no doubt that Fuga is a large reason why NFL scouts have flocked to Provo. A three-year starter, the California native has been a steady constant for a BYU team which has won four straight bowl games, including a 23-6 trouncing over San Diego State in the 2012 Poinsetta Bowl.  From Provo, to San Diego, the next pit stop for Fuga is in a city near you playing football on Sundays. NFL Draft Bible Founder Ric Serritella sizes up the mild-mannered monster in the middle.