Saints agree with long snapper

The New Orleans Saints agreed to terms with a Mid-American Conference long snapper on Sunday night. Find out who this new Saint is in this exclusive article.

The New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms with Ohio University long snapper Ryan Senser, has learned.

QUICK SCOUTING REPORT: Senser has persevered throughout his career, overcoming a season-ending knee injury his senior year in high school to earn a spot Arizona State and then Ohio. He waited two seasons to finally get his chance at Ohio University and entrenched himself quickly as the team's long snapper. Can add some value on special teams. — Matthew Postins,


2006: Played in all 14 games as the Bobcats' long snapper on punts, field goals and extra points ... Made three tackles on punt coverage.

2005: Played in all 11 games as the long snapper on punts ... Recorded four tackles on special teams.

2004: Sat out season under NCAA transfer guidelines.

2003: Redshirted at Arizona State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Senior season wiped out by serious knee injury ... Had 30 receptions as a junior for more than 400 yards and two touchdowns ... A member of the 2001 Division III state runner-up team ... Teammate of fellow Bobcat David Shelby.

PERSONAL: A management and strategic leadership major ... Son of Robert and Linda Senser ... Sister, Erin, played basketball at Xavier ... Uncle, Joe Senser, played seven seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.

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