Three More Eagle Football Players Sign
Three more members of the 2015 MSJC football team have inked scholarships in the past week as Wesley Scott, Drew Santiago, and Tommy Medina all made choices of where they will play
Scott, a 6'4 defensive end from Murrieta Mesa, signed with the University of Buffalo an NCAA Division I school. Scott had 35 tackles this past season for the Eagles and was second on the team in sacks with 4.5 on the year. Scott also forced two fumbles and had an interception during his stand out sophomore season. For his career Wesley had 10 sacks and 60 tackles. Buffalo is a member of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) and finished last season with an overall record of 6-5.
Santiago inked his scholarship with NCAA FCS school Houston Baptist. Santiago was a two year starter at center for MSJC and was twice named Honorable Mention All American Mountain Conference. Santiago is a 6'1 285 pounder who graduated from Murrieta Mesa High School. Houston Baptist is a member of the Southland Conference and is coming off a tough season where they finished 2-9 overall.
Medina, a starting defensive tackle for the Eagles during the 2015 season, has signed with Adams State University an NCAA Division II school
located in Alamosa, Colorado. Medina who is a 6'0 260 pound graduate of Martin Luther King High School in Riverside had a sack and 1.5 tackles for loss last season for MSJC. Adams State is a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) they finished last season with a record of 3-8.
Wesley Scott (top right), Drew Santiago (above) and Tommy Medina (bottom right) became the three newest former MSJC football players to sign scholarships this past week. Scott signed with Division I Buffalo, Santiago signed with Houston Baptist of the NCAA FCS, and Medina inked a scholarship to NCAA Division II's Adams State in Colorado.