Ralston Turner was at every practice last season. He was in every huddle at every game. He probably would’ve played, too, but he was forced to watch the Wolfpack from the bench to comply with NCAA rules regarding transfer-student athletes.
When Ralston Turner transferred from LSU to NC State in the spring he knew he was heading to a region that loves basketball.
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...
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.
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...
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.
Wednesday was a hectic day for LSU sophomore Ralston Turner. Not only did Turner complete the final two exams of the school year, but he was also granted his release to potentially transfer to another school. Who is he considering?
New LSU coach Johnny Jones says forward Ralston Turner has been granted a release that would allow him to transfer to a school outside the Southeastern Conference if he chooses to do so.
Jones, who announced the decision to grant Turner's conditional release on Wednesday, says Turner still could remain at LSU as long as he assures coaches that he is ''100 percent'...
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) Ralston Turner scored 22 points and LSU extended its winning streak to five games while handing No.
10 Marquette its first loss of the season, 67-59 on Monday night.
December 19, 2011
Ralston Turner scored 22 points and LSU extended its winning streak to five games while handing No. 10 Marquette its first loss of the season, 67-59 on Monday night.
Turner hit two clutch 3-pointers in the final 4 minutes to give the Tigers the lead and added two free throws to make it 60-54 with 1:19 to go. Justin Hamilton then closed out a 13-point performance by making seven...
Via AP on Fox
December 19, 2011