At 6-foot-7, 270-pounds Turner plays on both the offensive and defensive line at Trigg County and could do so at the collegiate level as well.
"I like playing defense more," Turner told ITV. "I'm not sure what I'll play in college though."
While that decision may not be completely known until he moves on to the college of his choice and begins practicing through fall camp, a number of programs are already expressing interest.
Determined not to stay under the radar long, Turner has had a busy spring, putting quite a few miles on the family car.
"I have visited Mississippi State, Murray State and Louisville last weekend for their Junior Day," said Turner. "I'm going to the Orange-White game at Tennessee and the Blue-White game at Kentucky too."
He left Louisville with a positive impression.
"Louisville's facilities were real nice," said the First Team All-Western Kentucky Conference selection. "I like what they expect from their players. First is academics and second is that they want players who will give their best and want to win rings."
While he has yet to receive a scholarship offer, Turner does have an early list of favorites.
Turner is also a standout on the hardwood, playing center for Trigg County. As a junior he was named All-State honorable mention after averaging 16 points and 10 rebounds per contest. He also established a new school record with 110 career blocks.