Football Head Coach Mitch Stewart signed five more to the Racers on Monday. Among the recruits are four junior college transfers and one true freshman. The signees will begin their season with the 2016 team.
On National Signing Day, Feb. 3, Stewart added 28 athletes to the Racer family including seven defensive linemen and wide receivers, four offensive linemen, four safeties, three linebackers, two cornerbacks and one quarterback.
The five additional signees include one safety, offensive lineman, kicker, defensive end and linebacker.
|6 feet 2 inches
College of the Canyons
|Isaiah Foster is a sophomore transfer. He racked up 54 tackles, 29 of them solo in 2015. He also had half a sack, 1.5 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and two interceptions.|
|6 feet 3 inches
Diablo Valley College
|Rangel Lowry is a junior transfer. He helped the Vikings average 31.1 points and 465.2 yards per game. He averaged 348.3 yards per game in the 2015 season.|
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Raymore-Peculiar High School
|James Sappington comes to Murray State as a true freshman. Sappington went 25-for-29 in extra points and 11-for-17 in field goals in 2015. Sappington averaged 60.4 yards per kickoff in 43 opportunities and 36.5 yards on 42 punts.|
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New Mexico Military Institution
|Troy Quinn is a junior transfer from central Alabama. Quinn made 29 tackles, 10 of them being solo, 11 sacks and 4.5 tackles-for-loss, one forced fumble and an interception. He was ranked 11 in the NJCAA for number of sacks.|
Butler Community College
|Sean Rodriguez is a junior transfer from central Kansas. During his time at Butler Community College, Rodriguez led the team with 98 tackles, which is the second most tackles by a Grizzly.|
**Info provided by Racer Athletics press release.