We're two days from National Signing Day, and that also means the start of spring practice is just around the corner. Starting with the ACC, here's a look at the start dates for all 120 FBS teams plus the overriding problem each program must deal with during spring drills.[details]
Turner is a tall, well-built quarterback who displays a high delivery point and above-average arm strength. He does a nice job remaining balanced in the pocket and consistently strides into throws. The ball really seems to jump out of his hands quickly. He doesn't possess a great arm, but has the ability to make all the throws at the next level. Turner showcases good toughness and isn't afraid to stare down the barrel off the shotgun and hang in the pocket, but he needs to speed up his decision-making. He completes a high percentage of his first-read passes but struggles to consistently go through his progressions. He has a tendency to get caught scanning one side of the field and does a nice job of occasionally looking off defenders but consistently comes back to his original side. He will stare down receivers at times and force the ball into coverage. He possesses average accuracy, but he has a tendency to throw high and/or behind receivers when not in rhythm. But when he has a chance to plant his back foot and stride into his passes, he routinely completes NFL-caliber throws. He makes a lot of calls at the line and is a smart kid who can audible his way out of a play. He showcases clean footwork from center and does a nice job quickly getting set in the pocket. He missed the second half of the season with a knee injury and has kind of been forgotten as a draft prospect. But in this weak quarterback class, he's one of the few guys who possess the skill set needed play at the next level and the experience to make NFL-caliber throws. He needs to speed up his decision making process and become a more consistent performer, but there's no reason he can't eventually make a roster.