Stanley Havili (born November 14, 1987) is a former American football fullback. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the seventh round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played college football at Southern California.Havili's parents, Tevita and Elva, were Tongan immigrants. His father, Tevita, raised eight children on a bus-driver salary in Salt Lake City. Havili attended East High (Salt Lake City) as a freshman, then transferred to Cottonwood High School in Murray, Utah, where he earned all-state honors at Cottonwood High, compiling 2,652 all-purpose yards and 32 touchdowns as a senior. Havili earned playing time during his true freshman season at USC in 2006. He was a 2007 Phil Steele's All-Pac-10 honorable mention pick. At Nebraska, he ran for 52 yards on 2 carries (including a 50-yarder on USC's opening play) with a 2-yard touchdown run and caught 3 passes for 22 yards with a 5-yard touchdown.
For the 2010 season, Havili was elected as a co-captain by his teammates.
Havili ended his USC career with the most receptions of any fullback in school history.
Havili was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the seventh round (240th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft. He spent four years in the league and played for the Colts and Seahawks before retiring in 2014..
Havili developed a debilitating dependance on pain killers while playing football and after a serious battle with opioid addiction and depression that led him to attempt suicide, he found hope and help in the atonement and a strong network of recovering addicts who understood what he was going through. Now Havili is in long term recovery and helps other addicts find peace and relief by sharing his story and experience with others.