Patrick Turner

USC Trojans #1 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 220

What’s left for Syracuse football’s 2021 recruiting class?

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At 18 players so far, what could the Orange have left?

Texas linebacker Patrick Turner lists Arizona in top 5

The Arizona Wildcats are one of five finalists for three-star linebacker Patrick Turner, who attends Highland Park High School in Dallas. His other preferred schools are Syracuse, Buffalo, Navy and...

Roundtables: Beating SC and ending the streak.

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THE STREAK IS OVER. WE BEAT SC IN LA FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2000 AND BEAT SC OUTRIGHT FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2003. WHAT WAS YOUR FAVORITE MOMENT OF THE GAME? WHY AM I STILL SCREAMING? Vincent...

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USC's most heralded recruits of the modern era!

Who are the most heralded USC Trojan recruits to be signed in the Internet era? John David Booty, Matt Barkley, Mark Sanchez, Joe McKnight, and Robert Woods all make the list.

The Best non-West Coast Recruits to Sign Pac-12

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A list of the top 10 players to sign with Pac-12 schools who weren't from the Western region.

A Look At Recent Number One Recruits

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The Ole Miss Rebels signed the top overall player in Robert Nkemdiche last week, as well as the top offensive tackle in Leremy Tunsil and the top wide receiver in Laquon Treadwell. Is this a...

WIN or FAIL: Beat Southern Cal

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Bruins Nation gets the work week started with a special rivalry versus Southern Cal edition of the Bruin Bites round up of various bits and pieces from around the UCLA-iverse.

Which team will draft Mohamed Sanu?

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Which team will draft Mohamed Sanu?

Top 10 Pac-12 recruits of the era

A list of the top 10 most highly regarded recruits to ever sign with Pac-10 programs. It includes many prominent USC Trojans recruits like Joe McKnight, Matt Barkley, Mark Sanchez, and Reggie Bush,...

Recruiting Madness

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A look at both alternate recruiting history and the production of the average blue-chip skill position recruit.

You Just Signed A Blue-Chip Wide Receiver! Now What?

A look at how blue-chip high school wide receivers usually fare at the college level.