DSU Football BIO
10 Fatu Sua-Godinet

2016: Emerged as one of the Hornets’ top receiver threats as a true freshman … ranked third on the Hornets with 287 receiving yards and was fourth on the team with 19 receptions … tops among DSU receivers with at least 10 catches with a 15.1 yard average per reception  … had career-highs of five receptions for 84 yards, including his first collegiate touchdown on 23-yard catch, vs. Hampton (Oct. 8) … hauled in four passes for 75 yards, including career-best 53-yard catch, vs. Florida A&M (Oct. 15) … lone catch was 34-yard touchdown in season finale at Howard (Nov. 19) … had two receptions for 29 yards (long 17) vs. FBS Missouri (Sep. 24) and two grabs for 23 yards at Morgan State (Oct. 1) … recorded at least one catch in nine games … also returned five kickoffs for 84 yards … had a season-best 25-yard return at Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 29)   

High School: Three-sport standout at Kamehameha HS (football, basketball, track and field) … First Team All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-State football selection as a senior in 2015 … All-State Honorable Mention as a sophomore … helped lead team to 9-2 record during sophomore season … earned three varsity football letters … Second Team All-Conference basketball selection as a junior … member of four state championship track and field teams … also member of record-setting 4x100 meters relay team. Personal: Son of Pio and Carol Sua-Godinet … has two sisters, Fran, 25, and Noelle, 15; and one brother Kekoa, 29 … born 9/11/97 in Hawaii … father Pio played football at Long Beach State … uncle Tony Godinet played at University of Hawaii; uncle Moe Tauilo played at Portland State; and uncle Kose Godinet played at UC Davis ... given first name is Fatulototele … switched to No. 4 for 2017 season (was No. 10 in 2016)


Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 180
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Honolulu, Hi.
High School: Kamehameha
Experience: High School
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