Overall, wide receiver Dontonio Jordan turned in the fastest running times.
Seven quarterback sacks and a pair of fumble recoveries are a part of the defense's highlight reel.
The offense had six plays of 25 or more yards and two placekickers went 10-for-10.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: Completed three seasons as a linebacker and special teams player for the Spartans... Played in 22 games with three starting calls... Joined the program for the first time for 2014 preseason drills... Named is pronounced Ep-pee SOW-nah.
2016: Appeared in 10 games... Played primarily on special teams... Credited with three tackles for the season... One tackle each in non-conference games vs. Portland State (9/10), Utah (9/17) and Iowa State (9/24).
2015: Played in 12 games and was a starting linebacker in the three-game early-season stretch of the Air Force (9/12), Oregon State (9/19) and Fresno State (9/26) contests... Credited with 15 tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss for the season... Had 10 tackles and a tackle for loss in his major college debut at Air Force... Was in on five tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss at Oregon State... Was used as a reserve linebacker and special teams player the remaining nine games of the season.
2014: Completed the season as a redshirt.
COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played two seasons for De Anza College (Coach Dan Atencio).
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered in football (Coach Mike Janda) and track and field at Bellarmine Prep in San Jose... Helped his team advance to the 2011 Division I state championship game... 2011 second-team All-West Catholic Athletic League defensive tackle as a senior... Placed sixth in the triple jump at the 2012 Central Coast Section Championship meet.
MORE ON EPIE: A business management major... He is a native of San José, Calif.