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  All football players are eager to get back on the field after missing spring practice and being away from their chosen sport since mid-March. You will have to excuse Jordan Ferguson if he seems more enthusiastic than most. The Blue Raider defensive end has been salivating for the chance to return to the gridiron since suffering a season-ending knee injury just two days prior to the start of the 2019 season. "I am ready to do what I love, and I am eager to do what I came (to Middle Tennessee) to do," said Ferguson, a 6-foot-2, 266-pound defensive end from Atlanta. "I have a lot to show and prove a lot of people wrong. I'm so excited to get back on the field with my teammates and get to work."

Count defensive coordinator Scott Shafer among those who share Ferguson's excitement to get back on the field. Ferguson is a difference maker and his absence impacted the Blue Raider defense last season. "When we lost Jordan we lost one of our best players before we ever started the season," Shafer said. "Jordan was poised and ready to have a great season. He had a great offseason and had prepared himself well. He was ready to go. When he got injured it was a shame. I was so disappointed for him because he had worked so hard." Ferguson's impact from the end position should impact a defense that has several talented players ready to hit the field. The defensive stalwart enters his redshirt junior season with 45 career tackles, seven for negative yardage, 1.5 sacks and one interception. All of that occurred as a defensive tackle. - Middle Tennessee Football


rSr/2023 DE Jordan FergusonMiddle Tennessee
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