The only senior in the San Jose State offensive line moved from right tackle to left guard.
There are 13 returning starters among more than 80 players suiting up for spring practice.
Seven newcomers played on a 2015 or 2016 state championship team.
Four mid-year transfers, two of them All-Americans, are joining the Spartans.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In his second season with the Spartans... Capable of playing either as a guard or a tackle in the offensive line... First joined the team for 2017 spring practice.
2017: Appeared in six games and was the starting right tackle at Nevada (11/11)... Also saw playing time at left guard.
COMMUNITY COLLEGE: A 2016 first-team California Community College All-America... Played two seasons for Ventura College (Coach Steve Mooshagian) and was a first-team All-Northern Conference National Division each season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter for Buena High (Coach Tim Gutierrez) in Ventura, Calif. ... Was a left tackle at the high school level... A second-team All-Channel League player as a sophomore and a first-team pick his junior and senior seasons... Concluded his high school career playing in the 2015 Ventura County High School All-Star Game.
MORE ON JAKE: A justice studies major... Wants to pursue a master's degree and eventually teach and coach at the community college level... Enjoys playing golf and deep sea and fresh water fishing... Older brother, Dylan Colman, was an outfielder for the 2016 Dakota State University baseball team... A native of Ventura, Calif.