Hebron Fangupo

BYU Cougars #91 - Defensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 310

Q&A with Arizona d-line coach Iona Uiagalelei

Get to know the UA’s new d-line coach

WSU Vs. BYU Football Preview: Bronco Mendenhall And The Cougars Defense


Bronco Mendenhall leads a formidable BYU defense in Mike Leach's first game as WSU head coach.

Replacing BYU's Senior Starters

Taking a look at who steps in for graduated seniors in the BYU football program, and whether or not those replacements will bring improvement.

2012 BYU Football Preview: Year 2

A preview of the 2012 BYU Cougars football season.

NFL Draft 2012: Day Three Preview


Three rounds have finished and there is still a deep pool of talent remaining in day three. The Bengals have addressed WR, OG, DT and CB. They have gone relatively close to BPA (best player...

NFL Mock Draft 2012: Trent Richardson Among Others Going To Browns In NFL.com Seven-Round Mock


With questions in the air about what the Cleveland Browns will be doing with the fourth overall selection, Chad Reuter of NFL.com has projected what he expects the team is going to do in the 2012...

NFL Draft 2012: Steelers Host DT Hebron Fangupo And S Jeremy Jones


The Pittsburgh Steelers continue their scouting process ahead of the 2012 NFL Draft as they invite BYU defensive tackle Hebron Fangupo and Wayne State safety Jeremy Jones to their facilities...

Previewing The NFL Scouting Combine: Defensive Linemen


Previewing The NFL Scouting Combine: Defensive Linemen

BYU Football Recruiting Spotlight: WR Josh Weeks


Spotlighting BYU 2012 football commit Josh Weeks, wide receiver from Arizona.

Season In Review: Departing Seniors


A detailed look at each departing senior from BYU's 2011 football team.

Brigham Young vs. Tulsa; Armed Forces Bowl NFL Draft watch notes

Brigham Young fans had plenty of time to buy tickets to the Armed Forces Bowl. The Cougars accepted an invitation to the game in April, as long as the team won six games. Tulsa made it to this game...

2012 NFL Draft 3-4 defensive tackle rankings

Earlier this week I put up the 3-4 defensive end rankings, so naturally there are two more 3-4 positions to handle. Today, the nose tackles, which are after the jump.