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Ka'imi Fairbairn
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TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the Houston Texans as a college free agent on May 5, 2016.

TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the Houston Texans as a college free agent on May 5, 2016.

2016 (Houston 0/0, 0/0):
Placed on the Reserve/Injured List on Aug. 30

Lou Groza Award winner in 2015
Became the all-time leading scorer for the Pac-12 Conference and UCLA during the 2015 season
Finished his career by connecting on 41 straight field goal attempts from 35 yards and in
Handled all of the Bruin placekicking chores in his four seasons in the program
Added kickoff duty in years two, three and four
First Bruin to score over 100 points in four straight seasons

Saw action in all 13 games as placekicker and also handled kickoffs
Lou Groza Award winner
Consensus first-team All-America selection (AP, FWAA, AFCA, Walter Camp, si.com)
First-team All-Conference (AP)
Second-team All-Conference selection (coaches)
Finished his career first on the all-time scoring list for the Pac-12 and UCLA with 413 points
Fourth on the all-time UCLA field goals made list with 68
Became the all-time leading scorer on a 22-yard field goal against Washington State
Had a streak of 19 straight field goals made during the season
His 60-yard field goal against Cal was the longest in school history and the longest ever in a Conference game
It was tied for the second-longest ever by a conference player
Booted a 53-yard kick against Arizona State earlier in the season which was then the fourth-longest in school history
His 20 made field goals tied for seventh-most in a season by a Bruin player
Tied his career-best with four field goals against Washington State
Had 59 touchbacks on his 84 kickoff attempts

Saw action in all 13 games as the placekicker and also handled the kickoffs
Connected on 18 of 22 field goal attempts for an .818 which ranked 19th in the nation, third in the Pac-12
Finished the season having made 13 of his last 14 field goal attempts overall
50 of his 80 kickoffs went for touchbacks
Converted all three field goal attempts at Washington
Presented the Captain Don Brown Award for Most Improved Player (special teams) at the team’s annual banquet.

Saw action in all 13 games as the Bruin placekicker
Also handled kickoff duties
Presented the Most Valuable Special Teams Player Award at the Sun Bowl
Ranked 49th in the nation, fourth in the conference in kick scoring (7.8) and ninth in scoring among all players
His 101 points scored ranked 15th on the all-time school season list
Saw action in all 14 games as the Bruin placekicker
Connected on 14 of his 15 field goal attempts from 35-yards-and-in during the season
Made 11 in a row from that range to end the season
Made a season-long 48-yarder against Stanford in the Rose Bowl
His 33-yard kick at Arizona State with no time left provided the winning points in a 45-43 Bruin victory
Scored 104 points on the season, tied for 11th on the school single-season list
His total of 16 made field goals ranks tied for 11th on that school single-season list

Ka’imi (Kuh-EE-me)
Saw action as a kicker and punter at Punahou HS for coach Kale Ane
Two-star recruit according to rivals.com and scout.com
As a senior, put 95 percent of his kickoffs into the end zone, and hit 13 of 18 field goal tries, including one from 55 yards
Named first-team all-state as a senior and junior and to the All-ILH Division Team
Earned second-team all-state honors as a sophomore
Three-year winner of the Special Team MVP Award
Also played soccer (central defender) for coach Dave Trifonovitch
Named first-team all-state as a senior and junior for the two-time State champs
ILH Defensive Player of the Year his last two seasons.
Full Name: John Christian Ka’iminoeauloameka’ikeokekumupa’a Fairbairn
Born in Kailua, HI
Parents: John and Rochelle Fairbairn
Has one younger brother, Kona, and one younger sister Kiara .
Earned a spot on the UCLA Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2012, Spring 2015
Hobbies include playing golf

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