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It is possible that the shift linkage has become loose and shifted but it is more likely that an intermediate gear or another component inside the transmission has become broken. This may require a transmission rebuild to correct.
You are likely correct...sounds like the synchro is shot or the shift fork is somewhat worn. Is fluid full? As long as the clutch does not slip and is engaging and disengaging somewhere in the center to just below center of travel, it's OK.
Sounds like you may have bent a shift fork or your cluster gear has some missing teeth on it now. I would venture to say that is it a bent shift fork. This will require the transmission be removed to gain access to inspect and repair.