UCLA -- One of the top offensive guards in the West, the 2004 season will be Efseaff`s fourth as a starter and he is slated to play the strong guard position ... He enters his senior year having started 36 of the 37 games in which he has appeared ... Plays virtually every snap of every game ... An intense, strong performer, he should contend for post-season honors.
2003 -- Efseaff started all 13 games as a junior and enters his final year with a string of 25 consecutive starts ... Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 acclaim for his efforts... Played at least 65 snaps on 10 occasions, including 90 at Washington State, 84 versus Stanford and Oregon and 72 against Arizona State and USC.
2002 -- Started the final 12 games in 2002 ... Earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors ... At Oklahoma State, he was second on the team with a grade of 93% ... Led the team with a grade of 95% and 11 KO blocks at San Diego State ... At Oregon State, he led the team with 16 KO blocks and tied for the team lead with a 93% grade ... He led the team at Cal with 15 KO blocks and was second against Stanford with a 93% grade ... He tied for the team lead at Washington with eight KO blocks ... At Arizona, he graded at 93% and had eight KO blocks ... Eyoseph was also a member of the Bruin field goal unit on special teams. 2001 -- Efseaff enjoyed a very productive freshman season ... A starter in all 11 games at the left guard position, he was named second team Freshman All-America and first-team Freshman All-Pac-10 by The Sporting News ... On the year, he was credited with a team-high 73 KO blocks, including 11 against California, nine versus Arizona State and seven in three games ... Also earned grade of at least 85% seven times ... Credited with five KO blocks in the Kansas game ... Had six KOs versus Ohio State ... Graded out at 88% at Oregon State and led the team with seven KO blocks ... Also led the team with seven KO blocks in the Washington game (89%) and with 11 versus California (90%) ... Had seven KOs at Stanford ... His 87% grade led the linemen at Washington State ... Graded out a team-best 90% against Oregon and led the team with seven KO blocks ... He made nine KO blocks and graded at 90% versus ASU ... Saw the field for at least 60 plays in nine games with a high of 84 in the Kansas game ... Had 82 plays in the games versus Oregon State and Arizona State. 2000 -- Did not see action in his first year and has one season of eligibility remaining.
HIGH SCHOOL -- Lettered three seasons as an offensive guard and defensive tackle for coach Mike Anderson at Monache High School in Porterville, CA ... Selected to play in the California / Texas Shrine All-Star game ... PrepStar All-West Region selection ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 50 prospect in his region) ... Selected to Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 ... Second-team All-State (Student Sports) ... Orange County Register Fab 15 honorable mention selection ... First-team All-Valley ... Two-time selection as Yosemite League outstanding lineman ... A two-time All-County choice and an All-Central Section selection ... Twice named team's Outstanding Lineman ... Served as team captain ... Credited with 66 tackles, 48 unassisted, two fumble recoveries and 10 quarterback sacks ... Named Male Athlete of the Year at his high school ... MVP of the Redwood Lineman competition ... MVP of the Highland Lineman competition ... A two-way starter all three years ... Posted a 3.9 high school grade-point average ... Also lettered two years on the track team for coach Randy Quiram ... Owns a career best in the discus of 165-1.
PERSONAL -- Full Name: Eyoseph Esi Efseaff ... Born: August 5, 1982 in Hacienda Heights, CA ... Parents: Esi and Michelle Efseaff ... Has two brothers (Michieal and Esi) and five sisters (Michala, Revecca, Natasha, Sasanna and Tanya) ... Family is of Russian descent ... Lists his biggest thrill in athletics as signing his letter to attend UCLA ... Admires former heavyweight champion boxer Muhammad Ali for his confidence and tenacity ... Hobbies include lifting weights, hanging out with friends and watching movies ... Planning a career in Education and coaching ... History major.