SAN JOSE, Calif. – Dwight Lowry walked around the facilities at San Jose State drawing inspiration from his journey to the NFL.
The safety was a two-time All-American with the Spartans and holds the school record for most interceptions (9) in a single season. He helped build the program at his alma mater and is doing the same with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are using the San Jose State facilities this week in preparation for Sunday's game at Seattle.
He played in the New Mexico Bowl during his junior season with the Spartans — a 20-12 victory over New Mexico — and made a contribution to the school's football program for its apparel in last year's 29-20 win over Bowling Green in the Military Bowl.
Lowry said the Jaguars are making significant progress toward a better future.