Bigger Turay Anxious To Play

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers defensive end Kemoko Turay put in a lot of work while red-shirting in 2013, and he spoke to about his eagerness to get on the field.

The physical attributes -- explosion, quickness, change of direction -- are there for Rutgers defensive end Kemoko Turay.

What remains a work in progress is adding size, strength and technique, and Turay did a lot of it while sitting out the 2013 season as a red-shirt. He continues to build on it in the offseason and he went 1-on-1 with to talk about it. Recommended Stories

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