Turnage making visit plans

The tide could be turning for Houston Chavez tight end Harold Turnage as his first offer could be joined by many in the next couple of months. On top of taking his SAT this past Saturday, Turnage has turned his attention to visits.
First up will be a trip to Texas A&M for their spring game. The 6-foot-5, 245-pound prospect has received heavy interest from the Aggies along with a few other teams that are trying to get him in for a trip as well.
"Well, I've been getting a lot of stuff from Florida too," Turnage said. "They're talking about me graduating early and that's something I've thought about. A&M just sent me a letter saying they wanted me to come up there. So, I'm going to go check things out.
"Florida, A&M, and TCU are probably recruiting me the hardest."
His one offer still comes from Oklahoma State and Turnage added that his interest still remains high in the Cowboys. As of right now, he said there are no clear leaders.
A couple of other trips will be taken before he starts to narrow anything down.
"I'm going to see how spring game visits go," he said. "I want to go to TCU but it's on the same day as the A&M spring game. There is another school that's coming up, but it's slipped my mind. Basically, I'm going to get to a lot of places."
Turnage says the off-season is going well as he has kept himself busy in the weight room. The flood gates could be opening with his SAT in the books.
"I thought it was a pretty easy test," he said. "It's just a couple of math problems really."