Jonathan Ruffin - Kicking Lessons New Orleans, LA

Senior Staff Member - Lou Groza Award winner - All America
  • Winner of the 2000 Lou Groza Award, presented annually to the top football placekicker.
  • Walter Camp All America Team
  • UC's first-ever consensus first-team All-America selection in 2000.
  • Holds school records for career points (315), extra points made (129),
  • Ranks first in UC history for field goals made (62), field goal percentage (.785) and consecutive field goals made (13).
  • One of the few football players to have played in the National Football League (NFL), NFL Europe, Canadian Football League (CFL) and Arena Football League.
Jonathan Ruffin capped a remarkable sophomore season at the University of Cincinnati by winning the 2000 Lou Groza Award. Ruffin led the nation with 26 field goals on 29 attempts, the sixth-highest single-season total in NCAA history. He set a school record by making at least one field goal in every game and he connected on four field goals in a single game twice, against Tulane and UAB. At the completion of his college career, Ruffin's name was all over the Bearcats' record book. He currently is first in school history in virtually every kicking and scoring category, including ranking as Cincinnati's all-time leader in field goals made, with 62, and scoring, with 315 points.



Jonathan Ruffin - Kicking Lessons New Orleans, LA
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