In the National Football League, Mika Tafua is a professional football player who is a defensive end for the Dallas Cowboys. He is 1.91 m tall and 113 kg in weight. He went to Kamehameha High School, where he played football, and was named to the first team of the ILH All Stars twice as a junior. He was also twice named to the All-Hawaii team.
As a senior, he was also named to the First Team All-State, which helped him win the 2014 Interscholastic League of Honolulu Defensive Player of the Year award. At the University of Utah, he participated in collegiate football with the Utah Utes. In 2017, he redshirted his actual rookie year. He participated in 11 games in 2018, starting six of them. He started three games at right end and three at left end.
In his 14 games in 2019 he participated, starting 13 of them. He recorded 14 tackles as a junior in 2020, which led the defensive line, and he started every game. He also recorded a forced fumble, three quarterback hurries, and two pass breakups. He played every game at defensive end for his final season of college in 2021, which earned him a spot on the Ted Hendricks Award Watch List.
A league-high 9.5 sacks, three pass breakups, four quarterback hurries, one caused fumble, and one recovery were among his 49 tackles during the season. He oversaw the defensive line as well. The Dallas Cowboys signed Tafua as a free agent after the 2022 NFL Draft.
How Tall Is Mika Tafua?
Mika Tafua is 1.91 meters tall.