There are returning starters among more than 80 players suiting up for spring practice.
San José State can even its record in Mountain West play at UNLV.
Hear from two of San Jose State's veterans about the state of the team after practice #4.
Five Spartans received their fourth Academic All-MW recognition.
The Spartans built a big first-half lead and clinched the win with an interception.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: In his fourth season with the Spartans... A starting safety in 2016 and 2017... 15 career starts in 17 games played through the 2017 season... Signed a National Letter-of-Intent with the program in February 2015... Name is pronounced Tray-von Be-area.
2017: Played and started the first five games of the season... Credited with 23 tackles, a tackle for loss, an interception and two pass break-ups... Season-high seven tackles vs. Utah State (9/23)... Interception came at Utah (9/16).
2016: Played in 12 games... 10 starts... One of two freshmen on the team to start as many as 10 games... Shared the team lead with two forced fumbles... Fifth on the team with 54 tackles... Had a season-high nine tackles and his second forced fumble of the season vs. Utah (9/17)... Second on the squad with six pass break-ups... Tied for second on the team with two pass interceptions... Both interceptions came in wins against Nevada (10/15) and UNLV (10/29)... Interception vs. Nevada led to San Jose State's first touchdown of the game... Pick vs. UNLV came on the Rebels' final offensive play of the game.
2015: Completed a redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2014 All-C.I.F. Division I first-team Los Angeles City Section defensive back for Narbonne High (Coach Manuel Douglas) in Harbor City, Calif. ...Played all of the defensive backfield positions during his high school career... Was credited 11 pass break-ups and one interception as a senior and 14 pass break-ups and an interception his junior season...Also was named an All-Marine League and second-team Daily Breeze all-area defensive back.
MORE ON TREVON: A communication studies major... Is interested in pursuing in a coaching career... One of his brothers is Keishawn Bierria, a 2018 sixth-round draft selection by the Denver Broncos and a four-year starting linebacker for the 2014 through 2017 University of Washington football teams ... He is a native of Riverside, Calif.