Former Oregon State University (OSU) defensive end Latu Moala went from trying to sack quarterbacks to sacking inmates by becoming a correctional officer with the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office (MCSO). Moala played for the OSU Beavers in 2008 and 2009 during which his stats show that he was credited with 16 tackles (6 solo, 11 assisted) and 0 sacks. Despite his limited tackling experience Moala proved himself qualified to work as a correctional officer and remains one to this day.
Oregon State football was actually pretty good back then. In 2008 they posted a 10-3 record and in 2009 they were 8-5. Both years they were just one win away from a PAC-10 title and a trip to the Rose Bowl, but lost the Civil War games to the Oregon Ducks 65-38 in 2008 and 37-33 in 2009. That 65 point total was the most points ever scored against the Beavers until Oregon posted 70 in the 2017 Civil War. The 2009 Civil War marked a turning point for both programs after which good recruits only went to Oregon. The Beavers have been bad ever since.
Moala is also an amateur musician having posted several videos of himself on YouTube playing a guitar.