Posted May 14, 2012 on
LSU sophomore guard Ralston Turner wasn't sure what to expect of his first trip to NC State, but he left impressed with the Wolfpack.
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NC State picked up a transfer, Ralston Turner who is a 6'6" small forward who played his first two years at LSU. Turner averaged over 10 points per game in his first 2 years at LSU. Here's more from the News & Record on Turner...
LSU granted Turner a release from his scholarship last Wednesday to any school outside of the SEC, but he was undecided whether...
Wolfpack head coach Mark Gottfried seemingly can't miss right now (aside from losing some depth with transfers). He improbably reached the Sweet-16. He's bringing in a top-10 recruiting class (top-5 if Amile Jefferson heads to Raleigh). CJ Leslie returned to school. And now he's working on the following season. And the first piece of that puzzle is LSU transfer Ralston...
Sophomore swing man, a 2011 member of the All-SEC Freshman team, will depart the LSU program after two seasons for N.C. State. With his departure, the new Tigers coaching staff has three scholarship openings.
NC State currently has ten scholarships filled for the 2012-2013 season following the announcement that Ralston Turner will be transferring in from LSU. Here is a closer look at the Wolfpack's projected roster and depth chart.
Fresh off an official visit, sophomore guard Ralston Turner informed the NC State coaches today that he will be transferring from LSU.