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SR.com Top 25: RB Casey Turner (No. 5)

Rutgers coach Greg Schiano wants more out the running game in 2010, and one of the freshman brought in to increase the competition level was Edward H. White (Jacksonville) running back Casey Turner. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Turner is No. 5 in ScarletReport.com's countdown of the Top 25 players of importance heading into the 2010 season.

Not only did Casey Turner's recruitment go until signing day, until he inked his name on the letter of intent during a morning ceremony at Edward H. White High (Jacksonville), there was still a hint of uncertainty were he would go. Turner was a bit indecisive in the process, but on the field that is never the case. The heralded 5-foot-11, 190-pound running back is being counted on to compete...

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