I watched Russell Shepard for two years... a spectacuar HS athletehttp://insider.espn.go.com/college-f...?id=102368
Russell Shepard 2.0, 2011 edition. Turner is one of the most exciting skilled athletes this class has to offer. He is a dual-threat QB out of the shotgun spread, but most of the damage he does is with his legs. With the reference to Shepard-- his style, throwing motion and skill set is almost a mirror image. He is a lean and sleak player with good height.
I watched Russell Shepard for two years... a spectacuar HS athlete
A reality check...
Russell Shepard is not listed on LSU's depth chart at either QB or WR... He graduated early to participate in spring practice and played some at WR last season... He is either injured or behind six players at WR and even a true Frosh is listed at QB.
http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20100830/SPORTS0202/8300310/1026/SPORTS02The something borrowed is sophomore Russell Shepard, who came to LSU as a quarterback in 2009 but dabbled at receiver, tailback and quarterback. Now he is devoted almost exclusively to slot receiver.
Thanks for the link...
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12 Jarrett Lee | 6-2, 207, Jr., 2V
1 Barrett Bailey | 6-4, 196, Fr., HS
80 Terrence Toliver | 6-5, 203, Sr., 3V
86 Kadron Boone | 6-0, 202, Fr., HS
2 Rueben Randle | 6-4, 207, So., 1V
21 Chris Tolliver | 6-1, 178, So., SQ
82 James Wright | 6-2, 197, Fr., HS
81 Armand Williams | 6-3, 195, Fr., HS