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Name: Houston Heimuli (Transfer from Stanford)
College: Brigham Young     Number: 34
Height: 5-11   Weight: 265
Position: FB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.83
   40 Time: 4.93
  40 High: 5.04

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Stanford...2020: HMC


 Houston Heimuli, Brigham Young, Player News


  The 2021 Stanford Football captains were announced by Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football David Shaw on Thursday evening inside Luck Auditorium. The Cardinal captains are annually voted upon by the student-athletes on the roster. Representing Stanford as captains this season will be: returning captain Thomas Booker, alongside newly appointed captains Jordan Fox, Houston Heimuli and Michael Wilson. Heimuli is a fifth-year from Woods Cross, Utah who is studying human biology. A dynamic fullback, Heimuli was named All-Pac-12 honorable mention in 2020. He was integral in the improved Cardinal running game, as Stanford tallied 15 rushing touchdowns in just six games. - Stanford Football

(DS#10 FB) rSr/2023 FB Houston HeimuliBrigham Young
News Source: Stanford Football
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  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION: RB Houston Heimuli, Sr.,...Led the way for the Cardinal running backs, helping the rushing attack total 15 TDs on the ground in just six games vs. just eight rushing touchdowns in 2019 over 12 total games. He also added three catches, one for a two-point conversion at Oregon State. - Stanford Football

(DS#10 FB) rSr/2023 FB Houston HeimuliBrigham Young
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  Because fullbacks don't often touch the ball, misconceptions about the position are easy to develop. But, Heimuli contends, that doesn't mean the position itself is easy. He likened playing fullback to a "physics game." "We're not the biggest, and we're not the fastest or the strongest necessarily, so we rely a lot on leverage," he said. "We literally play physics against these defensive guys where our whole goal is just to get low and bend over and see if we can outmaneuver people. It's a bruising position where it's a lot of hard hitting, a lot of contact - but we do have a reason for some of the things we do on the field." For that reason, the "shelf life" of fullbacks in the NFL is similar to that of running backs. The average length of a professional career for running backs is just under three years, and it is rare to see many continuing to play into their thirties. Heimuli's dream is to play professionally, but he also understands that an NFL career would likely be short and has a backup plan in place. As a human biology major, one of his long-term goals is to attend medical school and ultimately work as a pediatrician. - The Stanford Daily

(DS#10 FB) rSr/2023 FB Houston HeimuliBrigham Young
News Source: The Stanford Daily
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