USFL New Jersey Generals (2022) 
-10 tackles 1pbu 0.5 sacks,  played half the season
XFL Dc Defenders (2020) played until season got canceled due to Covid 
-2 tackles playing time limited 
NFL Jacksonville Jaguars (2019)
 Preseason played all preseason games 
-2 tackles minimum playing time only played 4th quarter in all games 
• Played in 46 games, making 31 starts
• Finished with with 75 tackles, including 13.5 for a loss
• Adds six sacks - two in each of his first three seasons - to go along with three pass deflections, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and two quarterback hurries2018 (REDSHIRT SENIOR)
• Appeared in and started all 12 games
• Tallied 28 tackles with 5.5 for a loss and one forced fumble
• Forced the fumble against Nevada and tallied four tackles, with 1.5 for a loss
• Posted a career-high 2.5 tackles for loss at Washington, recording four tackles overall
• Opened the season with five tackles at Ohio State
• Tallied half a TFL at Stanford one against Oregon2017 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR)
• Appeared in and started all 12 games
• Made 20 tackles, with 10 solo. Finished with three tackles for loss, two sacks, a fumble recovery, one quarterback hurry and one pass breakup
• Tallied a season-best four tackles in the opener at Colorado State, adding one quarterback hurry and a pass breakup
• Finished with three tackles, including one for a loss, in the win over Portland State
• Recorded solo sacks against both Washington State and Oregon
• Recovered a fumble against California2016 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE)
• Played in all 12 games, making six starts
• Listed as a co-starter at defensive tackle throughout the season
• Helped clog up the middle of the defense for the Beavers finishing the season with 17 tackles
• Recorded two sacks in 2016, one against Idaho State and the other at UCLA
• Tallied a career-best seven tackles against Utah
• Deflected a pass at Stanford2015 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN)
• Played in 10 games starting one
• Received first career start at Michigan
• Battled nagging injuries for most of the season and missed Colorado and Utah games
• Registered career-best four tackles at Oregon and added a sack and a deflected pass
• Recorded first career sack on his first career tackle against Weber State
• Finished the season with 10 tackles including three tackles-for-loss
• Recorded three tackles including a half sack and a pass breakup in the 2015 Spring Game

• Redshirt
• Practiced with the scout team at defensive tackle during his rookie year with the Beavers
• Limited late in fall camp due to arm injury

• Rated the No. 1 prospect in Hawai’i per Rivals
• PrepStar All-West Region
• Did not play football until high school
• Played defensive tackle and defensive end at Kapolei
• First team all-state
• Team captain as a junior and senior
• Bleacher Report tabbed him “Oregon State’s most underrated recruit”

• Son of Oseola and Esau Vakameilalo
• Has one brother, Esau, Jr., and five sisters, Latu, Mary, Tina, Manatu and Sesiliane
• Cousins, Haloti Ngata and Paul Fanaika play football in the NFL
• Enjoys hunting, fishing and swimming