Shemar Turner

Defensive End
6′4″ / 260 lbs
DeSoto, TX
Class of 2021
Rating: 94

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Rating: 92.7

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Midseason Highlights
Shemar Turner 2021 DE


1 day ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Calm before the storm, Madden tournament and more
Jason Howell shares his weekly Three Things, this time talking the guys at the top of his wish list, discussing the Madden tournament put on by the Aggie coaching staff, how things are shaping up in the recruiting world and much more.
2 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Aggies kicking off day two of Madden tournament
Day 1 was completed last night, and, from what we've been able to gather, it sounds like Mike Elko was the only victorious member of the coaching staff after a narrow win over Canonsburg (PA) S Donovan McMillon. We mentioned today on the Beliucci Hour that Elko could be a sneaky good video game player when you consider his intellectual background as well as having two teenage sons who can keep him tied in to stuff like that.Some other results included Eli Stowers comfortably beating OC Darrell Dickey. If we are being honest, Coach Dickey was probably the biggest underdog in the field. He's an old school guy. Hand him Tecmo Bowl, and he probably goes from underdog to favorite real quick. From talking to a source in DFW, it sounds like Terry Price held his ground pretty well before falling to Desoto DE Shemar Turner. Could TP be an undercover Madden player? I don't know that, but I'd pay money to listen to him commentate while playing. It's also noteworthy that we've heard from a contact in the Midwest that recent Missouri OL commit Connor Tollison was actually part of this event and played against Josh Henson. With that, it stands to reason that A&M isn't out of that fight just yet. Normally, a phone call or video game against a coach wouldn't necessarily mean too much, but in today's world, it's about as much as you can ask for.One of my south Houston contacts tells me Shadow Creek LB Terrence Cooks is moving on in the bracket after besting Tyler Santucci yesterday. Then, Elijah Robinson dropped a contest to DT Taleeq Robbins from Philadelphia (PA). There are some other player vs coach games happening today. I know Magnolia OL Matthew Wykoff will be playing a member of the coaching staff, but my source wasn't sure who exactly. They said it may be Dameyune Craig. Also, Deuce Harmon is scheduled for a go against CB coach TJ Rushing. Lastly, I'm not sure which staff member will be his opponent, but a source told us that Tony Grimes would be part of the action against a coach today. We will be chasing down some more interviews with some of these kids once they finish up these games against the staff, but I can say the early response from everyone involved has been overwhelmingly positive. This thing looks to be a huge hit and a piece of brilliance from Marshall Malchow and the recruiting staff.
11 days ago by Billy Liucci
Ask Liucci: Proof-of-Sports-Life Edition
What if we told you it was still possible to cover and talk about sports in the apparently sports-free era of social distancing? Billy Liucci proves it in spades, discussing how football pre-season preparation may change, expectations for the 2020 roster, and much, much more.
18 days ago by Jason Howell
Some DFW stuff
Texas A&M is doing some work in DFW with the commitment of Eli Stowers and keeping themselves in the running for several others like Deuce Harmon, Dametrious Crownover, Armani Winfield, Shemar Turner, Keithian Alexander just to name a few. Here are a few notes on a few more guys you may want to put on the radar.* South Oak Cliff LB/ATH Jaydon Williams visited College Station over the weekend. At 6-2, 200, his quick twitch made him a force off the edge at SOC. He has also been putting in work with True Buzz on the 7-on-7 circuit and you can see he's more than just an edge threat.* A few more names I've been hearing on the A&M radar include Argyle OL Jack Tucker, DeSoto DT Byron Murphy II, and McKinney DE/DL Jonathan Jones. * Tucker is a big-framed, flexible tackle who has been a pretty hot prospect with recent offers coming from Auburn and USC. He earned OL MVP at the Next Level Athlete Camp in Dallas in January.* Murphy continues to be my favorite pure 3-tech in the state. The size has kept some big programs away, but eventually I see his athleticism winning them over. He was incredibly productive in 2019 with 98 tackles, 12 TFLs, 5.5 sacks, 6 QB hurries, 3 FR, and 4 FF.* Jonathan Jones is football/basketball guy at 6-4, 230. His biggest offers right now are Arizona State and Texas Tech, but Oklahoma State has been taking a long look and he recently visited OU. If you're looking for a few under the radar DEs check out Mansfield Timberview 2021 duo Terrell Tilmon and Raam Stevenson. These guys both bring some intriguing size at around 6-4, 200 with some length on their frames. The P5s are taking notice.* If you're looking for a rising star in the metroplex, look no further than Frisco Liberty 2022 WR Evan Stewart. Already this spring he has posted a 21.08 200m, 10.7 100m, a 47-9 triple jump, and a 24-6 long jump. He also did some pretty solid work in the fall with 43 receptions for 757 yards and 7 TDs. He only has offers from Baylor, Kansas, Hawaii, North Texas, and William and Mary. It's safe to say his list will be growing. He's visiting LSU this weekend.* It has been a good long while since the Garland Owls were producing top prospects, but it looks like the 2022 class is going to change that. RB Jayshon Powers, WR Jordan Hudson, and S Chace Biddle are turning heads early in the game, and there are a few more to keep an eye on as well.* Duncanville is incredibly loaded and it will remain that way for the foreseeable future. Not just in the 2021s with several guys receiving major attention, but the 2022 class is ridiculous too. Just look in the trenches: DE Omari Abor (6-4, 240), OL Cameron Williams (6-4, 330), OL Jaylen Early (6-4, 260), TE Marcus Vinson (6-4, 215). All of them already have P5 offers. Then there is 2023 QB Chris Parson who stepped in for an injured Ja'Quinden Jackson to start the state championship game and just picked up an offer from Iowa.
19 days ago by Jason Howell
Some Monday morning recruiting nuggets
-Yesterday, Denton Guyer standout Deuce Harmon made his way to College Station with his dad and they had a chance to sit down with a few coaches. It was a pretty informal meeting, but the fact it even happened speaks to the interest Harmon and his family have in Texas A&M. They drove through College Station on their way home from the Endzone tournament in the Woodlands when they could have easily just drove back home. Brauny and I were not expecting a commitment and in talking to a few sources one did not happen, but everything I'm hearing points to the Aggies being at the top of the list right now. I do look for him to take few visits before making a college decision. He has Notre Dame scheduled for the April 3 weekend, and Oregon and USC are a few others who could receive a visit. I am also told we will see him back in College Station for a visit. -DeSoto defensive end Shemar Turner was in Austin over the weekend, he will visit Oklahoma tomorrow, LSU this coming weekend, and Georgia the weekend after that. I talked to a few more sources and he does plan to return to Texas A&M in the near future. I'm working to nail down that date, but I feel confident he will return to College Station. Port Arthur Memorial DE Jordon Thomas was also in Austin over the weekend, and he told reporters after the trip he would like to visit Texas A&M and LSU soon. Brauny reported he has heard Thomas is nearing a decision and late last week he reported Thomas plans to visit Texas A&M April 2 and he could also make it in for the spring game. -Over the last few weeks, the name Quincey McAdoo has come across my radar. He is a 2022 WR/ATH from Clarendon (AR). Last week, he picked up his first offers from Florida State and Houston. Arkansas is also taking a long look. I am also hearing the 6-2, 175-pound standout is a guy A&M fans may want to put on their radar.
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