Scott Porter sits down with one of the best receivers in the Big 10. Indiana’s Terrance Turner.
Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest strengths?
A lot of people may look at me and say my greatest strengths are my size, as a bigger receiver, and my jumping ability, being able to high point jump balls. But I feel my greatest strengths that I possess are certainly my route running, physicality and my hands. I attack the ball at all times with my big hands and I run really precise routes, I feel.
Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Initially, my first year, I want to become a starter for whichever team I get the great opportunity to play for and be an impact player for them. Second to third year I want to become a pro bowler.
Scott Porter: What are your greatest football accomplishments?
My greatest football accomplishment was being able to play at Indiana University. I absolutely loved playing for my coaches that I had there and with the players that I got to play with for all those years. I wouldn’t trade experience or memories for nothing in the world.
Scott Porter: What do you enjoy most about the game of football
I love the competition. I love the competition of the game. It’s what makes the game and everyday your are out there playing between those white lines, it’s a competition with not only the players across from you, but also with yourself. I love it
Scott Porter: What are your hobbies off the field?
I love to listen to music, love to sing, joke around and be aroun family and friends. I also act more so as passion and hopefully to have a great future in it 15 years from now. So those are my hobbies.
Scott Porter: Which NFL WR reminds you of yourself or who you model your game after and why?
I would say without a doubt that the receiver that reminds me most of my game and the way he plays out on the field would be Anquan Boldin. No doubt, it’s Anquan Boldin!
Scott Porter: Who has been your biggest influence?
My biggest influences have been my family especially my parents and my college coaches that I had at Indiana University, especially my position coach, Billy Lynch.