Cal offensive lineman picks up Buff offer

For one California High School Senior things are starting to look up in his recruiting process. Loyola Senior John Turner picked up his second offer from the University of Colorado on Thursday, giving him two offers from the PAC 12.

For one California High School Senior things are starting to look up in his recruiting process.

Loyola Senior John Turner picked up his second offer from the University of Colorado on Thursday, giving him two offers from the PAC 12.

BuffPlayBook.com caught up with Turner to get his reaction about his newest offers.

"I'm really happy," Turner said. "My coach called me to his office and put me on the phone with the Colorado coach and I got the offer."

Turner states that the Colorado offer is his second PAC 12 offer that he has received.

"Colorado and Washington are my two offers right now," Turner said. "The entire recruiting process has been slow, things seem like they are starting to pick up."

Turner, a 6-foot-4, 270-pound athlete, states that both Colorado and Washington are recruiting him play on the offensive side of the ball.

"In high school I play on the offensive and defensive lines," Turner stated. "Both Colorado and Washington are recruiting me as an offensive lineman."

It appears that Turner plans on taking an official visit to Colorado.

"Most likely I will take an official visit to Colorado," Turner said. "I have to sit down and talk to my dad and to the Colorado coaches and see when I can set one up for."

Turner is a two year starter for his Loyola High School football team.


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