2. Leki Fotu, Defensive Tackle
Who doesn’t love a big dude on the front lines? I don’t know about you, but the William Perry “Fridge” type of players just make football fun. Perry was listed as 335 pounds at six-foot-two. He definitely earned the nickname, The Refrigerator.
Leki Fotu enters the NFL after playing four seasons for the Utah Utes. Fotu is listed at six-foot-five, 335 pounds. Talk about size! Move over Perry!
Fotu earned two First-Team All-Pac 12 during his college days (2018 and 2019). Before landing in Utah, Fotu had offers from USC, Brigham Young, and Oklahoma State.
In four seasons with Utah, he accumulated 84 tackles, two forced fumbles, 4.5 sacks, and three pass deflections.
The Dallas Cowboys need more firepower at the defensive line. Fotu would be an entertaining pick for Big D, but his stock will need to drop in order for him to land at the 51st pick. His card may even drop into the late first-round realm.