Turner Recaps Camp

Carmel Catholic (Ill.) junior tight end Noah Turner talks about Wisconsin's one-day camp.

Carmel Catholic junior tight end Noah Turner has added quite a few offers in the last several months, including nods from Maryland, North Carolina, and North Carolina State.

The latest opportunity for Turner was Sunday at Wisconsin, where the 6-3, 240-pound prospect camped.

"I got onto campus and registered, did the testing, and after the first practice coach Mickey Turner took me into the weight room for some testing. He wanted to see me perform. Then we had the second practice of the day and overall it was a good day," Turner said.

One of the things that stuck out to Turner was the coaching.

"I learned a lot of small stuff from the coaches, mainly blocking that I feel can really improve my game," Turner said.

And although he didn't leave with an offer from the Badgers, he knows exactly where he stands.

"Coach Turner said he loved me and everything I did today. There was no offer because they need to find a spot for me, either at H-back or traditional tight end," Turner said.

Overall, the visit to Madison was a productive one.

"I liked everything. The school, football and mostly Camp Randall," Turner said.

Up next for Turner is Sound Mind, Sound Body camp, then Turner heads down to Notre Dame for Irish Invasion camp.


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