"Yeah, we played against Naaman Forest," Turner said. "We won 35-3. We got our running back, back. Sherrod Borens came back from a hairline fracture of the collarbone."
Colleges have been out to see Turner. He had one school in the stands who he knows he made an impression on. "Nebraska was there that day too. Coach Gilmore was at the school and he stayed for the first half. I had five receptions for 95 yards and two scores."
Turner has had an official visit set for his off week in October for a while now. He has recently gone and set up another official visit though with a teammate. A teammate that other schools are starting to look at as well.
"I have the Nebraska visit in October. Me and Jason Smith set up a visit for December 9 for Arizona. Nebraska is coming on for Jason Smith too. We are going to look at both schools and think about it. I am trying to talk him into going with me."
Turner said that the Patriots are gaining confidence one week into district play in eachother and the new offense. Getting their running back for this part of the season can only help them more.
"Naaman was the first district game. We have South Garland tomorrow night. Now that we have Sherrod back things are looking pretty good for district."