Terrell Turner Interview
By: Scott Porter
June 18, 2009
Scott Porter: What do you feel are your biggest strengths?
Terrell Turner: Getting the hang of a new offense, a hard work ethic, and consistency.


Scott Porter: What are your goals for the upcoming season?
Terrell Turner: Rose Bowl anyway possible.


Scott Porter: How has running a spread offense helped you?
Terrell Turner: It has helped me become a more complete wide reciever. Not only do I get a chance to catch at least six passes a game, but I also get a chance to block for my teammates on quick screens...


Scott Porter: What would you tell an NFL team interested in drafting you? What type of person and player are they getting?
Terrell Turner: I would tell them that they are drafting a good kid with a hard work ethic, a will to win, a person that is going to fight for his teammates, and consistency day in and day out.


Scott Porter: Who has been your biggest influence?
Terrell Turner: Guys that have gone on to the NFL before me. They have shown me the hard work and dedication its takes to get to that next level.


Scott Porter: Is there a player in the NFL that reminds you of yourself?
Terrell Turner: Hines Ward mixed with the young Randy Moss. That is why I wear the number 84, because of how he played the game of football when he wore that number.


Scott Porter: What will you miss most about college football?
Terrell Turner: The friendships I have built with my teammates. My best friends are on the team and we have been through a lot together, so for them to do it with me with a smile on their face and to push me day in and day out. I love them for that.


Scott Porter: Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
Terrell Turner: Having something to do with football. I would love to one day go back to my old high school and coach that team if possible.


Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?
Terrell Turner: Hang out with my teammates.





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