A Top Missouri Recruit Leads the Class of 2015 Part 12

Jordan Ruffin

Hometown: Fetus, MO

High School: Fetus Tigers

Position: DB

Awards: 3 Year All-Conference, 3 Year All-District, 4 Year Scholar Athlete

Major: Sports Management

Coach Schomaker, "We are excited to add Jordan to our program. He fits a huge area of need for us at the cornerback position and has the skills to see the field early. Jordan is strong in the classroom as well with over a 3.0 GPA and will thrive as a Student Athlete. His presence will only further solidify our new foothold in some of Missouri’s top high school football programs."

Matt Edler

Hometown: Wentzville, MO

High School: Fort Zumwalt North Panthers

Position: DB

Awards: All-Conference

Major: History Education

Coach Mingo, “Matt is a athletic and physical safety, has already bought into core principles of the program, comes from similar HS philosophy, Another great MO recruit who will add much needed depth to the defensive secondary.”

Chalson Baitlon

Hometown: Kapolei, HI

High School: Waipahu Marauders

Position: RB

Awards: 1st Team All-Conference

Major: Pre-Engineering

Coach Mingo, “Explosive and dynamic with the football, dangerous open field runner, very similar ability to 1st team all-conference kick returner Immanuel Gamble, Fits in nicely as a pitch back in our option offense, great kid both on and off the field”

Jacob Rodriguez

Hometown: Reedley, CA

High School: Reedley Pirates

Position: LB

Major: Undecided

Coach Mingo, “I am very excited to have Jacob with us in the fall. He is a guy who has impressed me during the recruiting process. He is a EMAP guy, great work ethic, tough, relentless in the weight room, persistent academically, and will be very good at the LB position.”

Gabe McVaigh

Hometown: Olney, IL

High School: East Richland Tigers

Position: WR

Awards: 2 Year All-Conference, All-Area, Team MVP, School Record for Most Catches

Major: Psychology

Coach Rode, “I like what Gabe will bring to this team. He is a talented WR prospect who could help out our team. I hope that Gabe will completely buy in our philosophy from day 1. If he does the sky is the limit for him both as a football player and as a man.”

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