EDIT: WHAT THE WHAT? This is really strange for a truck as new as yours. Is it still under warranty? Take that mess into the dealership. Let them fix it..
Your clutch is not disengaging fully.
Sounds like a problem with either your clutch slave cylinder or master cylinder. One of them probably has a small leak. Check your clutch fluid and top it off if the reservoir is empty. Then try pumping your clutch pedal to see if you can build some pressure up in the system. Then try and drive again. If there is no improvement, you may need to try and re-bleed the system to make your truck drivable again.
Youtube the "perfection clutch" ranger clutch bleeding video on how to bleed the master and THEN the slave cylinder. Proper bleeding of the master requires removal from the truck.
If this does not work or if the problem comes back:
Check for fluid around the master cylinder behind the clutch pedal. Also pop off the clutch inspection plug on the driver's side of the transmission and look for any fluid around the slave cylinder.
The slave cylinders on our trucks are located in the transmission bell housing and they are also a weak point (Nice job Mazda/Ford
. Further, the angle of the master cylinders on our trucks make them a joke to bleed. It is safe to say that our clutch hydraulics suck.
If you find any fluid, then you know that the respective cylinder has failed. If you can't find fluid, then my bet would be on the slave cylinder which means a clutch job.