SDSU’s Taryn Christion Continues to Show Off His Athleticism
*** Written By Nick Goeman of ESPN 99.1
Former Sioux Falls Roosevelt standout Taryn Chritstion has proven once again how athletic he truely is.
He is just one of the many players that has come out of Sioux Falls and been making noise on the college field this year.
SDSU (6-2) pulled his redshirt and gave him the start against Indiana State after junior starter Zach Lujan went down with an injury.
In four games, Christion has completed 47 of his 69 pass attempts for 500 yards and has throw four touchdowns without an interception.
Christion flourished in high school by flushing the pocket and running away form people and at the collegian level he has rushed for 300 yards and 2 touchdowns through four games.
He has a rare combination of speed and arm strength that makes him a nightmare to prepare for.
Taryn is a dangerous runner and has been showing teams why you must make sure to contain him in the pocket.
Chistion will more than likely continue his Russell Wilson like ways for the next several games as SDSU competes for a conference title as he splits time with Zach Lujan.
SDSU defeated Missouri State on Saturday night 39-0.
** Written By Nick Goeman of ESPN 99.1