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AARON CARTER, Daily News Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
Thursday, November 14, 2013, 3:01 AM
clshoes fashion christian louboutin outlet christian louboutin shoes KIMBERLY GARNER wiped tears from her eyes inside Roman Catholic high school yesterday on national signing day, as her son, Shep, took the podium and thanked coaches, teammates, trainers, friends and family for shaping his life and basketball career.
christian louboutin sale However, when he paused and muttered "who else?" Mom attempted an assist by pointing to the sky. But, only silence followed as the senior still fumbled for words. Then finally . . .
fashion christian louboutin outlet "Oh, and I thank God, too," Garner said with a smile as laughter filled the room.
christian louboutin wedding shoes At the same parochial power that has typically produced basketball talent, Garner (Penn State) and teammate Rashann London (Drexel) signed NCAA national letters of intent yesterday.
Elsewhere, Neumann-Goretti star Ja'Quan Newton signed with Miami.
Garner, a 6-2, 180-pound guard, didn't blanch at trading Roman's basketball-rich history for Penn State's lack thereof.
"I just feel like that's what I've always done," he said. "When I came to Roman, we were on the down side. We couldn't recover from Maalik Wayns leaving, and I feel I came in and changed it."
The Chester native decided against hometown high schools and instead chose to take a 35-minute train ride into the city.
Wayns, who played at Villanova from 2009-12 and is in town rehabbing a meniscus tear, was present for the signings.
"It's great that I get a chance to watch these guys in the same library where I signed my papers, so it's a great experience," said Wayns, who hopes to return to the Los Angeles Clippers this weekend.
Filling those shoes wasn't easy, but Garner hopes the experience at Roman will carry over to the next level.
"A lot has been put on me here, and I think I'm handling it well," Garner said. "Coming from Maalik, and Eddie Griffin and Donnie Carr and all those players, people expected me to do similar things.
"It's just going to be different up there [Penn State], because now you have to start it."
The Nittany Lions finished 2-16 in Big Ten play last season and lost 14 straight conference games before knocking off then-No. 4 Michigan in late February.
Garner said he appreciated the honesty of the PSU coaching staff and bonded quickly with head coach Patrick Chambers, an Episcopal Academy product, after assistant coach Keith Urgo made initial contact.
"Shep is a tough-nosed guard who is used to competing at a high level," Chambers in a release. "He will bring a winner's attitude to our program, along with his ability to lead, run a team and knock down shots."
Garner averaged 16.6 points as a point guard in the Catholic League last season and could help fill the void left by current PSU senior Tim Frazier, a former first-team all-Big Ten point guard.
Saint Joseph's, La Salle, Marshall and Xavier also expressed varying degrees of interest, but Garner said he was sold by Penn State's campus after his first visit. His father, Shep Jr., played college basketball at Kutztown.
"It means a lot to me," he said of his signing with Penn State. "All the hard work, sacrifice and dedication I've put in paid off a little bit."
Strange to see a college scholarship as a "little bit" of payoff?
"This is just a little bit," he continued. "And God willing, my future is bright. But this is just the first step."
Garner said he wanted to get signing day out of the way so he could focus on the season. And after losing in the CL playoffs last season, the goal is clear.
"Win a championship," Garner said. "Flat-out, bottom line. Win a championship."
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