eDuck Sports caught up with Turner while he was returning home from his weekend trip to Eugene.
"Yes, I committed to Oregon," said Turner. "It was real nice, great atmosphere and real nice facilities."
Turner was especially complimentary of his host Spenser Paysinger. Turner believes he has a shot at early playing time, if he does all those things required of him.
"There's a great possibility of early playing time," Turner indicated. "If I take care of my business."
Turner, 6-3, 235 was recruited as a middle linebacker and had one more surprise. While at dinner on Saturday, he got a call from a good friend of his wanting to know if he was committing. When the answer was yes, his friend Kenny Rowe, defensive end from Long Beach Poly, then spoke to the Oregon coaches and announced he was becoming a Duck too. Turner indicated that he and Rowe would be roommates in Eugene next year.
Washington State, Arizona State and Nevada were also in the running but after this weekend, Turner is done with the recruiting process.
"I'm done with all my trips," Turner said emphatically. "I know where I'm wanted."
I Know Where I'm Wanted
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