San Jose State is one of nine schools with multiple players on the watch list.
Hear from two of San Jose State's veterans about the state of the team after practice #4.
A 60-play spring practice football scrimmage only took about an hour.
Six Spartans were honored as All-Mountain West football players.
San Jose State aims for a road win against a nationally-ranked opponent.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In his fifth season with the Spartans... Two-time honorable mention All-Mountain West... A returning starter at offensive left guard... Also has starting experience at center... Played and started in 35 games... 29 consecutive starts heading into the 2017 season... Signed with San Jose State in February 2012... Joined the team for the first time prior to 2013 spring practice.
2016: Honorable mention All-Mountain West for the second season in a row... One of two players on the team and the only player on offense to start in all 12 games... Started 10 games at left guard and was the starting center for the Iowa State (9/24) and New Mexico (10/1) games.
2015: Honorable mention All-Mountain West... Starter in all 13 games... One of four sophomores to start in every game in the offensive line... A part of an offensive line that paved the way for at least 2,000 rushing and 2,000 passing yards in the regular season.
2014: Played and started in 10 games... Missed the Colorado State (11/1) and Fresno State (11/8) games due to injury.
2013: Finished a redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2011 second-team All-C.I.F. Division I offensive line selection as a senior at Fallbrook (Calif.) High (Coach Joe Silvey)... Played all of the offensive line positions and was a defensive tackle during his high school career...Was a three-time All-Avocado East League selection and a two-time first-team All-North County choice.
MORE ON JEREMIAH: A justice studies major... Would like to become a Marine or enlist in the Army...Came to the United States in 1998 when the family relocated to Hawai'i prior to settling in the San Diego area... He is a native of Pago Pago, American Samoa.