From Prep to Pro!, EST 2001
Bookmark and Share









 Draft Scout College Football Player News


  Russo understands competition. He was the backup his redshirt sophomore year when starter Frank Nutile was injured before the third game. Russo played so well that Nutile never got his job back. Last season Russo improved statistically, but he had some hiccups. He completed 58.7% of his passes for 2,861 yards, 21 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions for the 8-5 Owls. It took time to get comfortable in a new offense under Carey and offensive coordinator Mike Uremovich.

Now in his second year in this system, Russo thinks he will be able to do more, but with less. He said that he came to camp 14 pounds lighter. The 6-foot-4 Russo said he now weighs 234 pounds. Uremovich said he wants Russo to be more of a running threat. "Last year I kind of wasn't in the best shape of my life, I wasn't able to be a threat with my legs," Russo said. "Sophomore year, I was a little bit more mobile, was able to extend plays a little bit better." - Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News


(DS#23 QB) rSr/2021 QB Anthony RussoTemple
News Source: Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News


,








 BACK TO TOP


 Buy Draft Scout Weekly


** Draft Scout Data **

(Everything Online PLUS)

 Support Draft Scout

The Database Engine for NFLDraftScout.com, Draft Scout is being repurposed...Support the Future Development of ScoutNation.com...

 




 Draft Scout Archives


** 2010-2019 Draft Scout Archives **

(Yearly Player Data Exports, Prospect Lists & More)

 Draft Scout Future

100% Dedicated and Never Done
80% Innovated
45% Hidden
35% Built

Synergization







Twitter: Draft Scout | JBScouting | Rob Rang | Draft Scout @ Rokfin FB | Rob Rang @ Rokfin FB
  Facebook | Draft Scout Evolve | Player News | Buy Draft Scout Weekly | Contact

Coming Soon...Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy

Draft Scout is an Independent Contractor, Currently Outsourcing Non-Exclusive Scalable Content
Brian Hitterman, NFL Draft Scout/Draft Scout Database Creator, Contact: brianhitterman@msn.com