Hau’oli Kikaha Ready for Combine Experience to Be About NFL Future, Not Injuries

February 17, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

First impressions can sometimes leave the wrong impression. 
For Washington's Hau'oli Kikaha, he hopes NFL teams will look beyond his injury history and recognize the type of player he became during his final two seasons with the Huskies. 
After requiring two ACL reconstructions on his left knee, Kikaha became Washington's all-time leader in sacks. The hybrid defensive end even led the nation with 19 sacks as a senior. 
However, teams continue to worry about the status of his previously repaired knee. 
It's a continuous struggle for the talented edge-rusher: 
I want people to get past it and see what I'm doing as a player. Not what I can do. It puts a damper on what I've been able to accomplish and from what I've heard from coaches, scouts and NFL player personnel. There are concerns about these things, whereas I'm concerned about X's and O's and my performance. I can't wait for the day when people put on the film and say, 'Wow. This gu...

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