Professional wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, Simione Tufui Fehoko is also known as Simi Fehoko. At 1.93 m tall, he weighs 100 kg. As a junior, he set a state receiving record at Brighton High School, where he also played football. His 65 receptions for 1,656 yards and 24 receiving touchdowns were a record for the state.
He signed with Stanford University to play collegiate football after graduating from high school and was a four-star prospect. He participated in the Stanford Cardinal football team while he was a student there. During the final four games of his backup role in the 2018 season, which he started as a freshman, he caught one pass for a total of six yards.
He participated in 12 games as a sophomore and had 24 catches for 566 yards and 6 receiving touchdowns, averaging 23.58 yards per reception. He announced in August 2020 that he will bypass his senior year so that he could enter the 2021 NFL Draft. He had nine receiving touchdowns at the end of his college career, 62 receptions for 1,146 yards, an average of 18.5 yards per catch, and a 77% first down or touchdown conversion percentage overall.
In the fifth round of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected Fehoko with the 179th overall pick. He signed a $4 million rookie contract in May 2021. The injured reserve accepted him on October 15, 2022.
Does Simi Fehoko Have Any Kids?
Yes. Simi Fehoko has two children with his wife Bailee Fehoko.