Updated: October 7, 2022
The Hula Bowl is a showcase of the nations top collegiate football players, and UW’s Josiah Bronson had officially accepted his invitation to Aloha Stadium for the games 2021 return.
The Washington Huskies defense had just two starters returning last season when as is often the case, the unexpected took place.
After starting his playing career at Temple University, Josiah Bronson went the route less traveled.
The 6-foot-3, 298-pound defensive tackle from Kent, Washington, unexpectedly outperformed Benning Potoa’e, an started 11 of 13 games for the Huskies. Huskies defensive line coach Ikaika Malloe praised Bronson’s effort to be great, when he spoke with HiNow’s Kainoa Carlson. “He has always had the chip on his shoulder,” said Malloe. “He always had a great work ethic.” Bronsons dreams is to play in the NFL some day just as his two brothers before him did. Getting offered the chance to suit up in the 2021 Hula Bowl in front of 32 NFL scouts may bring him closer to his dream then ever before.
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