Five Spartans definitely stood out for their NFL teams.
Duke Ihenacho & Dwight Lowery start at safety for their teams.
31 scouts from 23 teams and three leagues were present.
The 2014 team co-captain is the third Spartan in a post-season all-star game.
There were 14 award categories at the 2014 football team's annual awards banquet.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: Finished five seasons with the Spartans... 49 games played as a defensive tackle with 45 starts... One of just seven players in University history to serve as a team captain in multiple seasons (2013, 2014)... Two-time all-conference defensive lineman (2012, 2014)... Tied for tenth on the San José State career list with 27.0 tackles for loss... Signed with San José State in February 2010 as a tight end/defensive end prospect... Three-time academic all-conference honoree (2011, 2012, 2013)... Concluding his college playing career in the 2015 East-West Shrine Game... Last name is pronounced - RAH-see-tee.
2014: Second-team All-Mountain West honoree... One of two team captains named at the start of the season... Started in 12 of 12 games... One of only two Spartan defensive players to start in every game during the season... Led the Mountain West defensive linemen in total tackles with 72... His 72 tackles were the most by a San Jose State lineman since the 2002 season... Third on the Spartans with his season tackle count... Single-game career-high nine tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss at Utah State (11/21)... Led the Spartans with 6.5 tackles for loss and 3.0 quarterback sacks... Credited with a tackle for loss in six games including a season-high 2.0 tackles for loss at Fresno State (11/8)... Forced a fumble in the UNLV win (10/4).
2013: Started in 11 of 12 games... Led the team's down linemen with 37 tackles, 2.0 quarterback sacks and 4.0 tackles for loss... Had a single-game personal best 3.0 tackles for loss and matched his tops in tackles with seven vs. Utah State (9/27)... Also had a tackle for loss at Nevada (11/16)... Led the Spartans with two of the team's seven blocked kicks... Got his hand on PATs in the Wyoming (10/26) and San Diego State games (11/2)... Began the season on the Rotary Lombardi Trophy and Bednarik Award watch lists.
2012: First-team All-WAC selection... A first-team CollegeFootballNews.com's sophomore All-America choice... Started all 13 games... Credited with 52 tackles, 13.0 tackles for loss and 8.5 quarterback sacks... 35th ranked nationally, second in the WAC and second on the team in quarterback sacks... Second in the WAC in tackles for loss... One of three San José State defensive linemen with 10.0 or more tackles for loss... Had a tackle for loss in 10 of 13 games including a season-best 2.0 in wins over Colorado State (9/15), San Diego State (9/22) and Louisiana Tech (11/24)... Credited with at least 0.5 sacks in eight of 13 contests... Season-high six tackles in the Idaho (11/3) and Louisiana Tech (11/24) victories... Recovered a fumble in the UTSA win (10/20).
2011: Played in 12 games and started nine times... The WAC's Defensive Freshman of the Year by Yahoo!Sports... Credited with 26 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and a quarterback sack... Season-high seven tackles (one solo, six assisted) against Nevada (9/17)... Three games with a tackle for loss including 2.0 in the Colorado State win (10/1)... Shared the team lead with two fumble recoveries... His recoveries resulted in a field goal at Utah State (11/12) and a go-ahead touchdown in the Fresno State win (11/26).
2010: A redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 CalHiSports.com second-team all-state pick for College Park High (Coach Bill Kepler) in Pleasant Hill, Calif. ... Played fullback, tight end, middle linebacker, defensive end, defensive tackle and was the team's long snapper... Also named a 2009 second-team All-Metro selection and the Co-Most Valuable Player of the Diablo Valley League... Was a first-team all-league defensive lineman and a second-team tight end in 2008... Also lettered in basketball.
MORE ON TRAVIS: A 2014 graduate who majored in business management... His dad, David Raciti, was a defensive lineman for Cal Poly in 1986... The native of Antioch, Calif., was born on May 21, 1992.
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