The former OR football receiver was credited with disarming a gunman at a Portland, Ore. high school.
Instead of fleeing like the students, or even trying to subdue Granados-Diaz with brutal force, Lowe manages to coax the gun from Granados-Diaz.
At one point Grandados-Diaz attempts to break free, but Lowe continues to hold him.
"This was a best-case scenario", Portland Police Sergeant Brad Yakots said at the time. "The staff member did an excellent job by all accounts, our officers arrived within minutes and went right in".
Dan Tilkin, of KOIN-TV, broke the story of the video, obtaining it through an open records request.
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In May, Angel Granados-Diaz, 18 carried a gun to Parkrose High School, but before he could hurt someone else, football and track coach Keanon Lowe prevented him.
He pleaded guilty to two charges related to having a loaded gun in a public place and was sentenced to 36 months of probation.
Lowe, a former Oregon Ducks football player and NFL coach, says he lunged for the gun with both hands inside the classroom when he realized what was happening.
"I ask the teacher, 'Is the student here?'" The two then share an emotional hug for an extended period of time, while Granados-Diaz appears to be crying.
Lowe, who was a standout wide receiver for the University of OR between 2010 and 2014, told reporters at the time that they had an "emotional" moment together, according to CNN affiliate KATU.
Lowe says that he felt compassion for the kid. "I saw the look in his face, look in his eyes, looked at the gun, realized it was a real gun and then my instincts just took over", Lowe told KOIN 6 News.
Classmates and friends had claimed that Granados-Diaz had split up in conjunction with his lady friend and modified into feeling distressed and lonely. "I was there for a reason and that this is a life worth living". Reports at the time said Lowe tackled the student, but the new footage paints a different picture.