Monday, October 3, 2022

CSU freshman Jack Howell, son of former Ram John Howell, ready to contribute immediately

John Howell was born in Mullen, Nebraska, played eight-a-side football and was a member of 23 graduating class. From those humble backgrounds, he went on to become the star defensive guard of Colorado State University and won the 2003 Super Bowl in Tampa Bay.

Howell’s eldest son Jack is a real freshman security officer at Colorado State University, and he signed up for his college career earlier last winter. Jack may make his NCAA debut in Friday’s opener against South Dakota State University.

It can be said that his first impression is very good.

“After the first few weeks of the spring, the defensive coordinator (Chuck Hit) called me and said,’John, I have a very harsh attitude towards Jack today,'” John recalled. “I said,’Well, that’s fine, it should be like this,’ he said,’No, I’m very strict with him. Then I went to him and asked him if he could deal with that kind of butt biting? It’s like, yes, coach, it’s nothing compared to my father.”

John Howell recounted the anecdote with a smile.

Based on his background and experience, Howell knows how to press the right button to make his child succeed. His daughter Jaelin, a senior in Florida, won the 2021 MAC Herman Trophy and became the country’s best female college football player. Jack helped Valor Christian to win the Colorado 5A state championship in his sophomore year. After finishing his preparatory career in Chandler, Arizona, he is following in his father’s footsteps. His youngest sibling, Jack, was a starting guard at Cherry Creek High School and a sophomore backup linebacker.

John and Laura Howell are in Tallahassee, Florida this week, and they will participate in the important game between Jelling and rival Florida on Thursday before returning to Colorado. John plans to participate in the CSU opener on Friday night, and Laura will participate in Jack’s game against Pomona.

“We are very lucky, you have to enjoy these times while they last,” John Howell said. “As a parent, it’s fun-you can reap interesting trips and rewards from the hard work of the children.”

As the winner of the 2000 All-West Mountain Awards, John Howell is particularly proud of Jack being a Ram. Jack was originally a scholarship provided by former CSU head coach Mike Bobo, and then Bobo’s successor Steve Addazio (Steve Addazio) once again provided a scholarship, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he was in the Rams in 2020 He started his first full season after playing only four games in the year.

“We are very happy that he is a ram,” John said. “We are very excited about this coaching staff. Time must be given to them, but I hope they can stand up this year to win a series of football matches and defeat a bunch of opponent teams and participate in bowl games and win games. But you have to give new employees time.”

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