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Utah signed two gymnasts Wednesday who co-head coach Tom Farden believes could have "a significant impact on our lineup next year."

Missy Reinstadtler is a 2014 Senior International Elite from Brick, N.J., who won the 2013 Junior Olympic National floor competition in the Junior B division and regional beam and floor titles.

Reinstadtler was promoted to Senior International Elite after taking all-around, vault, bars and floor titles at the 2014 SCEGA California Classic Elite Qualifier and is now a Level 10.

This year she's taken third in the all-around at regionals and ninth in all-around and vault at Junior Olympic Nationals, competing in the Senior A division.

"She has the rare combination of power and grace in her gymnastics and could compete for an all-around spot as a freshman," Farden said in a release.

Joining Reinstadtler in the 2016 class is Kim Tessen, a two-time Junior Olympic National qualifier who had four top-10 finishes at the 2015 Junior Olympic Nationals in the Senior A division.

Tessen was also a Region 1 silver medalist on vault and bars and fourth in the all-around, and took second at the 2015 state championships in all-around, first in vault.

"Kim is a strong all-around gymnast with great power on vault and floor," Farden said.

Utah will also add MyKayla Skinner, who signed a year ago but deferred enrollment to pursue a spot on the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team. Skinner most recently joined the U.S. National Team at the 2015 World Championships in Glasgow, as an alternate, and earned a team gold medal at the 2014 World Championships in Nanning, China.

"We are thrilled with this recruiting class," Farden said. "We are gaining explosiveness and competition experience at the highest level."