Ian Gaston
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Ian  Gaston

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Perrysburg, Ohio

High School:
St. John's Jesuit

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 200

Position:
DB

Experience:
HS


2009: Appeared in four games during his freshman season ... Caught five passes for 65 yards ... Had two catches for 24 yards against Lafayette ... Caught three passes for 41 yards at Old Dominion.

High School: Throughout his four years as a football player (2005-09) he played running back, wide receiver, corner back, and returned kicks .... Also ran track from 2005-09 at St. John's Jesuit High School ... Won Football Athlete of the Week and was named academic first team all city with a 4.0 GPA in 2008 ... Captained the football team his senior year at St. John's Jesuit ... He played in six games his senior year in which he ran for 240 yards and six touchdowns ... Coached by Doug Pearson at St. John's Jesuit.

Personal: Son of Ron and Karen Gaston ... Born on January 12, 1991 in Cleveland, Ohio ... Has three brothers Sean, Alec, and Branson and two sisters Jennifer and Dina ... Named to the National Honor Society his junior and senior years ... Was a peer tutor, member of the campus ministry, Christian service and integrity committees ... Enjoys snowboarding, swimming, and amateur gymnastics ... Favorite pro team is the Pittsburgh Steelers and favorite pro player is Tiki Barber ... Plans to major in medicine and pursue a career as an orthopedic surgeon.

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