Ray Feinga came to BYU after leading Hunter High School to the state championship and being named the region MVP and Defensive Player of the Year. He played in 44 games as a Cougar with 36 starts. Feinga was a vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU to a national ranking in several categories, including No. 4 in total offense in 2006 and No. 6 in passing per game in 2008. As a senior he helped BYU rank second in the nation in third-down conversion percentage. A four-time letterman, Feinga was a valuable contribution to the Cougars' 38-13 overall record. See the season summary tabs below and the recognition and stats tabs for more details.
Signed free agent deal with the St. Louis Rams in 2009
Son of Siaosi Feinga and Monalisa Paeahelotu of Vava'u, Tonga ... married to Kassie Afo.
Player Chat: August 18, 2008
An all-state selection as a senior ... led the Wolverines to the state championship ... named 2003 Mr. Football in the state of Utah as a senior ... named Hunter's Most Valuable Player ... earned region Defensive Player of the Year and MVP honors ... an all-state selection ... an all-state and all-region selection as a junior ... recorded over 70 tackles and nine sacks on defense ... ranked 11th regionally by PrepStar Magazine ... recruited by Utah, Cal, USC, Stanford, UCLA, Notre Dame, Hawaii, Colorado and Oregon.
Played in eight games during the season ... started against New Mexico ... helped anchor an offensive unit that averaged 33.0 points per game, second in the MWC, and 462.4 total yards per game, second in the MWC and 13th in the nation, including 152.3 yards rushing and 310.1 yards passing.
Saw action in all 13 games as a sophomore ... started at left guard in 10 games ... earned letterman honors ... part of an offensive line that helped produce an average 465.5 yards of total offense per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that averaged 323.54 yards per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that produced an efficiency rating of 167.08 on the season (2nd in the nation) ... helped lead the Cougars to a league-best 277 first-downs during the season ... vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU to a 56.6 regular-season third-down conversion percentage (3rd in the nation) ... part of an offensive line that allowed just 9 sacks against conference opponents ... part of an offensive line that helped the Cougars to an average 36.7 points per game (5th in the nation).
A first-team All-MWC selection ... eared SI.com second-team All-America honors ... started 12 of 13 games at left guard for the Cougars ... earned letterman honors ... recorded over 70 knock-down blocks on the season ... did not allow a single sack all season ... graded out at 82% or above in each of the 12 games he has played ... three times earned a grade of 90% or better during the season, including a 91% rating against Utah ... credited with a team-leading, season-high grade of 92% in the Cougars' 27-22 win over TCU ... helped anchor an offensive unit that led the Mountain West Conference and ranked 14th in the nation in passing offense, averaging 298.4 yards per game ... also led the MWC and ranked 25th in total offense, averaging 442.8 yards per game ... part of an offensive unit that helped the Cougars lead the Mountain West with an average 30.1 points per game ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game.
Named to the All-MWC First Team ... earned letterman honors as a senior ... started all 13 games in 2008 at left guard for an offensive unit that led the conference and ranked No. 6 nationally in passing per game (310.38) and No. 16 in total offense (444.77) ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game ... vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU to a 55.7 third-down conversion percentage on the season (2nd in the nation) ... All-America, Outland and Lombardi candidate.
Redshirted as a true freshman.
Redshirted as a true freshman.