Houston-area tight end Harold Turnage was turning heads at the NIKE Training Camp this last weekend in College State, Texas.
The 6-foot-5 prospect, arguably the Bayou City's best hybrid tight end, ran a sub 4.8-second 40-yard dash and impressed during the bench press workouts.
"I think I did alright," Turnage said. "As far as the recruiting process, it's been more that I expected."
Turnage received his first offer from Oklahoma State and took an unofficial visit to Stillwater two weeks ago.
"That was the first time I really traveled outside of Houston," Turnage said. "It was way better than I expected. I got to meet the president of the university, who was great. He was down to earth. The coaches took me to watch some film and breakdown how they are going to use the tight end in the future.
"Bobby Reid and Donnell Williams were my hosts and it was just like home. Those guys are from Houston and they treated me great."
While Turnage enjoyed his trip, he is not ready to commit. He plans on going to the LSU spring game but also favors Nebraska, Florida, Texas A&M and Maryland.
"I've received a verbal offer from Nebraska and TCU will be down for our spring game," Turnage said. "The coach told me if I run over someone in the game, he'll offer me on the spot. I think Nebraska is going to offer all three of us (Erik Martin and Justin Bell).
"I also like Maryland," he said. "Vernon Davis is my guy."