Shannon Culver

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'Skinny' Shannon Culver (born October 5, 1971) is a former Canadian Football League Wide receiver for the Baltimore Stallions (1994–95) Spring Football League Los Angeles Dragons (2000), XFL Orlando Rage (2001) and Arena Football League wide receiver for Anaheim Piranhas (1997), the Grand Rapids Rampage (1998), the Los Angeles Avengers (2000–2001), the Dallas Desperados (2002–2003), and the Austin Wranglers (2004). He then signed with the Arizona Rattlers after taking the 2005 season off. [1] Culver played college football for the Oklahoma State Cowboys and Los Angeles Pierce College.

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High school career

Culver attended Palmdale High School in Palmdale, California, and was an All-League, and an All-CIF selection.

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  1. Daly, Patrick (28 January 2006). "It's Time to Begin Anew for Rattlers in LA". ArenaFan Online. Retrieved 15 September 2010.