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Sebastian Tretola
G #79
Height:
6-4
Weight:
314
Age:
25
College:
Arkansas
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2016):

G
1
GS
0

Biography

 
PRO: The Titans selected Sebastian Tretola in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.  The University of Arkansas product is a skilled lineman that displays excellent size and strength in the trenches.  The 6-foot-4-inch, 314-pounder played both guard positions in college and started the final 24 games in his Razorbacks career.

TITANS TIDBITS:  
•    In 2014, Tretola and the University of Arkansas launched his own Heisman Trophy campaign after he threw a touchdown pass to his long snapper on a fake field goal.  The Razorbacks athletic department produced a video highlighting the guard’s offensive prowess that got more than 82,000 views on YouTube.
•    Tretola states the reason he loves football is because it literally saved his life.  Without the game, he says he would have gone down a “real, real, real bad path.”  He says he is going to pay the sport back by giving it everything he’s got.
•    Tretola considers himself an extreme neat freak.  He folds all of his clothes a certain way and likes all of his equipment in a specific places in his locker.
•    Tretola is a self-proclaimed world-renowned beatboxer.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:  
•    The San Bernardino, Calif., native was selected by the Titans in the sixth round (193rd overall) the 2016 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:
•    During his two-year stay at Arkansas, Tretola started 24 straight contests to close his career.  Allowed just one sack in two seasons and paved the way for three combined 1,000-yard rushers.  Spent his first two collegiate campaigns at the University of Nevada before attending Iowa Western Community College in 2013.

AS A SENIOR (2015), started all 13 games at left guard and allowed one sack on the season to help Arkansas lead the SEC in fewest sacks allowed for the third straight season.  Earned an 80 percent offensive grade in 10 of 13 games.  Led the team with 75 knockdowns while committing just one penalty over 901 plays.  Paved the way for running back Alex Collins to run for over 1,500 yards and become just the third player in SEC history with three straight 1,000-yard campaigns to begin his career.  Collins tied for the SEC lead with 10 100-yard rushing games, equaling Darren McFadden’s program single-season record.  Arkansas led the SEC with five 200-yard rushing games in league play and had a total of eight on the year.
•     Against Texas Tech (9/19), graded out at a season-best 91 percent with nine knockdowns.
•     At Tennessee (10/3), helped pave the way for 250 yards rushing on 50 carries for Arkansas’ first win in Knoxville since 1992.  Named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week on Oct. 5.
•     Against Auburn (10/24), earned a 90 percent grade with eight knockdowns as Arkansas had over 200 yards on the ground and in the air en route to seven touchdowns.
•     At Ole Miss (11/7), finished with nine knockdowns while protecting Brandon Allen during a 33-for-45 performance for 442 yards and six touchdowns against the No. 19 Rebels.

AS A JUNIOR (2014), attended Arkansas and appeared in all 13 games and started 11 at left guard.  Saw action in over 690 snaps, allowing no sacks and was only penalized four times.  Averaged an offensive grade of 79 percent, tied for second-best on the team.  Blocked for running backs Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams, who were the only FBS teammates to each rush for 1,000-plus yards.  Helped protect quarterback Brandon Allen as the offensive line led the SEC with 14 sacks allowed.
•     Against Texas Tech (9/13), collected a season-high seven knockdown blocks with a grade of 90 percent as the Razorbacks gained more than 400 yards on the ground in the non-conference road win.
•     Against Alabama-Birmingham (10/25), caught the college football world’s attention when he tossed a touchdown pass to Arkansas’ long snapper on a fake field goal.
•     Against Ole Miss (11/22), registered five knockdown blocks in the Razorbacks’ second consecutive shutout over a ranked opponent.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013), attended Iowa Western Community College and earned first-team all-conference honors after helping the Reivers win the Midwest Football Conference championship and a No. 2 final ranking following a defeat of Butler in the Graphic Edge Bowl.  Ranked as a four-star by 247Sports.com, the No. 1 junior college prospect in Iowa, the No. 8 junior college offensive tackle in the country and the 29th-best junior college prospect in the nation.  Ranked 63rd in Rivals.com junior college top 100 and ESPN ranked him as the nation’s No. 11 junior college offensive tackle.

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2012), saw action in 10 games with four starts at Nevada, helping the Wolf Pack to the New Mexico Bowl.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011), attended Nevada and worked with the Wolf Pack scout team while redshirting.
•    Graduated with a degree in American studies from Arkansas in Dec. 2015.

PERSONAL:  
•    Single and splits time between Nashville and San Bernardino, Calif.
•     Attended Cajon (San Bernardino, Calif.) High School and was a two-time first-team all-league selection in football who earned all-county honors as a senior in 2009.  Was a member of a San Andreas League championship team in 2008 as a junior.
•    Also lettered in basketball in high school.
•    Has a younger brother, Mikoe, and a younger sister, Justice.
•    List of favorites: (TV show) “Big Bang Theory”; (movie) “Menace II Society”; (athlete as a child) Kobe Bryant; (childhood sports teams) Los Angeles Lakers; (musician) Nipsey Hussle; (guilty pleasure) watching “Bad Girls Club” on Oxygen; and (food) Mom’s beef enchiladas.
•     Born Sebastian Giovanni Andre Tretola on May 1, 1992 in San Bernardino, Calif.
 
PRO: The Titans selected Sebastian Tretola in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.  The University of Arkansas product is a skilled lineman that displays excellent size and strength in the trenches.  The 6-foot-4-inch, 314-pounder played both guard positions in college and started the final 24 games in his Razorbacks career.

TITANS TIDBITS:  
•    In 2014, Tretola and the University of Arkansas launched his own Heisman Trophy campaign after he threw a touchdown pass to his long snapper on a fake field goal.  The Razorbacks athletic department produced a video highlighting the guard’s offensive prowess that got more than 82,000 views on YouTube.
•    Tretola states the reason he loves football is because it literally saved his life.  Without the game, he says he would have gone down a “real, real, real bad path.”  He says he is going to pay the sport back by giving it everything he’s got.
•    Tretola considers himself an extreme neat freak.  He folds all of his clothes a certain way and likes all of his equipment in a specific places in his locker.
•    Tretola is a self-proclaimed world-renowned beatboxer.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:  
•    The San Bernardino, Calif., native was selected by the Titans in the sixth round (193rd overall) the 2016 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:
•    During his two-year stay at Arkansas, Tretola started 24 straight contests to close his career.  Allowed just one sack in two seasons and paved the way for three combined 1,000-yard rushers.  Spent his first two collegiate campaigns at the University of Nevada before attending Iowa Western Community College in 2013.

AS A SENIOR (2015), started all 13 games at left guard and allowed one sack on the season to help Arkansas lead the SEC in fewest sacks allowed for the third straight season.  Earned an 80 percent offensive grade in 10 of 13 games.  Led the team with 75 knockdowns while committing just one penalty over 901 plays.  Paved the way for running back Alex Collins to run for over 1,500 yards and become just the third player in SEC history with three straight 1,000-yard campaigns to begin his career.  Collins tied for the SEC lead with 10 100-yard rushing games, equaling Darren McFadden’s program single-season record.  Arkansas led the SEC with five 200-yard rushing games in league play and had a total of eight on the year.
•     Against Texas Tech (9/19), graded out at a season-best 91 percent with nine knockdowns.
•     At Tennessee (10/3), helped pave the way for 250 yards rushing on 50 carries for Arkansas’ first win in Knoxville since 1992.  Named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week on Oct. 5.
•     Against Auburn (10/24), earned a 90 percent grade with eight knockdowns as Arkansas had over 200 yards on the ground and in the air en route to seven touchdowns.
•     At Ole Miss (11/7), finished with nine knockdowns while protecting Brandon Allen during a 33-for-45 performance for 442 yards and six touchdowns against the No. 19 Rebels.

AS A JUNIOR (2014), attended Arkansas and appeared in all 13 games and started 11 at left guard.  Saw action in over 690 snaps, allowing no sacks and was only penalized four times.  Averaged an offensive grade of 79 percent, tied for second-best on the team.  Blocked for running backs Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams, who were the only FBS teammates to each rush for 1,000-plus yards.  Helped protect quarterback Brandon Allen as the offensive line led the SEC with 14 sacks allowed.
•     Against Texas Tech (9/13), collected a season-high seven knockdown blocks with a grade of 90 percent as the Razorbacks gained more than 400 yards on the ground in the non-conference road win.
•     Against Alabama-Birmingham (10/25), caught the college football world’s attention when he tossed a touchdown pass to Arkansas’ long snapper on a fake field goal.
•     Against Ole Miss (11/22), registered five knockdown blocks in the Razorbacks’ second consecutive shutout over a ranked opponent.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013), attended Iowa Western Community College and earned first-team all-conference honors after helping the Reivers win the Midwest Football Conference championship and a No. 2 final ranking following a defeat of Butler in the Graphic Edge Bowl.  Ranked as a four-star by 247Sports.com, the No. 1 junior college prospect in Iowa, the No. 8 junior college offensive tackle in the country and the 29th-best junior college prospect in the nation.  Ranked 63rd in Rivals.com junior college top 100 and ESPN ranked him as the nation’s No. 11 junior college offensive tackle.

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2012), saw action in 10 games with four starts at Nevada, helping the Wolf Pack to the New Mexico Bowl.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011), attended Nevada and worked with the Wolf Pack scout team while redshirting.
•    Graduated with a degree in American studies from Arkansas in Dec. 2015.

PERSONAL:  
•    Single and splits time between Nashville and San Bernardino, Calif.
•     Attended Cajon (San Bernardino, Calif.) High School and was a two-time first-team all-league selection in football who earned all-county honors as a senior in 2009.  Was a member of a San Andreas League championship team in 2008 as a junior.
•    Also lettered in basketball in high school.
•    Has a younger brother, Mikoe, and a younger sister, Justice.
•    List of favorites: (TV show) “Big Bang Theory”; (movie) “Menace II Society”; (athlete as a child) Kobe Bryant; (childhood sports teams) Los Angeles Lakers; (musician) Nipsey Hussle; (guilty pleasure) watching “Bad Girls Club” on Oxygen; and (food) Mom’s beef enchiladas.
•     Born Sebastian Giovanni Andre Tretola on May 1, 1992 in San Bernardino, Calif.
 
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 1 0
2016 TEN 1 0
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 MIN L 16-25
2 @DET W 16-15
3 OAK L 10-17
4 @HOU L 20-27
5 @MIA W 30-17
6 CLE W 28-26
7 IND L 26-34
8 JAX W 36-22
9 @SD L 35-43
10 GB W 47-25
11 @IND L 17-24
12 @CHI W 27-21
14 DEN W 13-10
15 @KC W 19-17
16 @JAX L 17-38
17 HOU W 24-17

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