Synonyms for lutui or Related words with lutui

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Examples of "lutui"
Lutui was born in Haʻapai in the Pacific island nation of Tonga. One of six siblings, he is a younger cousin of Vai Sikahema, who became the first Tongan to play in the National Football League when he joined the Arizona Cardinals as a kick returner in 1986. When Lutui was a few months old, his father, Inoke Lutui, moved the family to the United States, settling in Mesa, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. When he was six years old, Lutui survived a car accident that killed one of his sisters and left his father permanently disabled. As a teenager, Lutui had to work to support his family.
Lutui signed with the Seattle Seahawks on April 6, 2012.
On July 2, 2010, Lutui became a naturalized citizen of the United States.
Sikahema is an older cousin of fellow Tongan NFL player Deuce Lutui.
Lutui follows a semi-vegan diet to help control his weight.
Lutui was released by the Seahawks on August 26, 2012 at the end of training camp.
Aleki Lutui (born 1 July 1978) in Tofoa, Tonga, is a Tongan rugby union international player. His position is hooker.
Hiva Lutui ( ; born March 25, 1994) is an American football offensive guard. He currently attends the University of Utah.
A native of Euless, Texas, Lutui attended Trinity High School, where he was a first-team all-state Class 5A offensive lineman in 2010 and 2011. Lutui had 143 knockdowns and 42 pancakes as a junior, and 114 knockdowns, 43 pancakes, a 90% overall grade with no sacks allowed as a senior. He was a key cog on one of the best rushing offenses in Texas in 2010 and 2011, helping Euless Trinity to the 2010 Class 5A Division I state championship game, where they were upset by Pearland 24–28 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. Behind Lutui, Trinity’s ground attack rushed for over 325 yards per game in back-to-back seasons.
However, on 20 June 2014, Lutui left Edinburgh to return to the Premiership to join Gloucester Rugby for next season's campaign.
On the 24 April 2013, Lutui signed a two-year deal which will bring him to Edinburgh Rugby in the Rabo Pro Direct 12.
The Tennessee Titans signed Lutui to a one-year deal on September 10, 2012. He went on to start eight games at right guard.
Lutui joined Worcester in September 2006 on a two-year deal. The Tongan international was a former police officer before he took up rugby.
Lutui was a first-team All-Pac-10 selection and a consensus first-team All-American at guard for the Trojans in 2005. At 370 pounds, he was the heaviest USC Trojans player of all-time.
Lutui is a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He is also an Eagle Scout. In 2004 he married the former Puanani Heimuli; they have six children.
Lutui, a powerful ball carrier and hitter, was named in the Tonga squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France and the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.
Lutui attended Mesa High School, where he played two-way lineman for the school's football team. In 2001, he was named Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-West, All-State, all-region and all-conference as a two-way lineman for Mesa High School.
The Cincinnati Bengals signed him to a two-year deal on July 29, 2011. On July 31, 2011, Kent Somers of "The Arizona Republic" revealed that Lutui failed his physical with the Bengals, and had re-signed with the Arizona Cardinals for one year.
Sikahema's younger cousin is Deuce Lutui, who used to play guard for the Arizona Cardinals. Another cousin, Reno Mahe, also played for the Philadelphia Eagles. Sikahema's nephew by marriage is actor Jon Heder, star of the films "Napoleon Dynamite" and "Blades of Glory".
Regarded as a three-star recruit by "", Lutui was ranked as the No. 31 offensive guard in his class. He had offers from USC, UCLA, and Utah, among others, and originally committed to UCLA. In January 2012, he decommitted, and switched to Utah.