Turner brings more size and athleticism to the field than King, standing just shy of 5-foot 11-inches tall and 188 pounds, he ran a 4.51 second 40-yard dash, posted a 41-inch vertical leap, and a 10-foot 3-inch broad jump. Of course, playing in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) is not playing against the level of competition King did while at Purdue, so it is safe to assume that there could be a bit more of a transition for Turner to NFL caliber athletes.
Still, the National Football Post has given him a relatively strong scouting report, identifying as a physical corner who is comfortable playing close to receivers, but who also displays a tendency to give a bit too much cushion to receivers who release inside. If he can learn to cut down on these mistakes and showcase his athleticism he may be able to make up for his inferior experience and a lower level of competition.
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