First Look: Etinosa Rueben

Standing at 6’3, 275 pounds, Etinosa Reuben is a strong side defensive end from Kansas City, Missouri. Who joins Mario Goodrich, who signed with the Tigers in 2018, also from the Kansas City area. Reuben has just three years of football under his belt.

Reuben was ranked as the sixth best player from the state of Missouri by 247Sports, the ninth-best player from Missouri by, 41st-best and 11th-best player in Missouri by ESPN.

During his senior year, Reuben recorded 62 total tackles, 16 tackles for loss, three sacks, and a safety. Reuben finished his junior year with 55 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, three sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

Reuben racked up many awards and honors during his time in high school. In 2018, Reuben made first-team all conference and all-district. He was named team Defensive Lineman of the year his junior and senior year. Reuben was first-team all-conference, all-district and second team all-state by the Missouri Football Coaches Association. He won the prestigious Mr. Panther award at Park Hill South High School and received a nomination for the Buck Buchanan Award as the top defensive linemen or linebacker in the Greater Kansas City area.

Rueben is an explosive athlete with quick feet and great agility. Rueben could make an impact with the Tigers but is still considered “a work in progress.”

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