Tuner could be close to more offers

Phoenix (Ariz.) Thunderbird wide receiver Adam Turner thinks a couple of schools could be close to offering.

Thunderbird wide receiver Adam Turner has had a busy evaluation period. The 6-foot-3, 175-pound three-star prospect has seen many schools come by this spring, most of them from the Pac-12.

"I've had both Utah State and Utah," Turner said. "I had San Jose State come by, Arizona State, University of Colorado, Oregon State, Cal, Oregon and Boise State."

The experience of seeing a number of schools expressing interest in him has made him very comfortable with the recruiting process.

"It's really cool getting to see everybody come by and know that I'm on their radar," Turner said. "It's just exciting."

Armed with a Washington offer, Turner believes more programs could be close to offering.

"I think ASU," Turner said. "And UC Davis came by and I think they're going to offer soon."

When Oregon visited, wide receivers coach Matt Lubick got a chance to evaluate Turner from a physical perspective, but didn't get a chance to evaluate what he could do on the field. Still, Turner believes he is making progress with the Ducks and hopes it leads to an offer.

"[Lubick] said that he'll hopefully he can make it back to see me for spring practice before it ends here in the next couple of weeks," Turner said.

If Lubick doesn't make it back to the area Turner may see the Oregon staff in the summer.

"I got two invites to their camp this summer," Turner said. "They're saying hopefully I can make it out there."

Turner does know that he'll be camping at ASU in July. He'll start mapping out other trips shortly.

"I'm still not sure where I'm going to go for summer yet," Turner said. "I know I'm going to go to Washington and I'm most likely going to make a trip up to Oregon."

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