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Steven Losoya hails from Nashville and attended St. Mary’s, where he redshirted in his inaugural season of play.
Mississippi State returns several veteran offensive lineman, such as Losoya who started at guard and center last season; he should likely become their starter at right guard this time around.
Steven Losoya is an offensive lineman from Nashville, Tennessee who attended Middle Tennessee State University as an undergraduate. After college football he joined the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent in 2022; making his professional debut during 2020 season and appearing in nine games with one start for them since that date. Prior to attending MTSU he attended John Overton High School.
Last season he served as starting center after LaQuinston Sharp was sidelined for some time due to injury, and could maintain that role this year; although he is also taking spring reps at guard.
Deon Cole is also an effective special teams contributor who excels at getting to the quarterback. His game-winning fumble return against Cincinnati Bengals in 2021 AFC divisional playoffs earned the Titans an outstanding 35.7 local television rating – higher than ratings earned during their regular season win over Denver Broncos!
Achievement and Honors
Steven Losoya spends his free time playing basketball and collecting records, sightseeing with family, and rooting for his favourite hockey team, the Nashville Predators.
He currently serves as part-time football and assistant basketball coaches at Smyrna High School in Tennessee, coaching numerous talented athletes including Gaven Howell, Josh Bailey, Dallas Walker and Michael Hartfield. Additionally he coaches the Overton and McGavock Scholar Athletes Program.
His success can be found within the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), with him earning First Team All-American status twice and twice being honored with selection to the AP All-State second team.