On March 16, 2000, Cole Turner was born in Clackamas, Oregon. He participated in both basketball and football while attending Clackamas High School.
He helped his football team win three straight conference championships and a state championship in 2017.
He led the state of Oregon in receiving as a senior in 2017, recording 76 receptions for 1,325 yards and 20 touchdowns, earning him all-state recognition. Nicolas Cole Turner was born on March 16, 2000.
He plays tight end in American football with the National Football League’s Washington Commanders (NFL). He was a wide receiver in college football at Nevada before deciding to play tight end as a senior, and the Commanders selected him in the fifth round of the 2022 NFL Draft.
As a wide receiver for the Nevada Wolf Pack football team, Turner played in 12 games as a freshman after enrolling at the University of Nevada, Reno in 2018.
He switched positions to tight end as a sophomore in 2020, and as a result of his nine touchdown catches and second-place finishes on the team in both catches (49) and receiving yards (605) to Romeo Doubs, he earned first-team All-Mountain West accolades.
After catching 10 touchdown passes as a senior in 2021, tying Brock Bowers of Georgia for second in the country among tight ends, he was chosen to the All-Mountain West second team. He took part in the Senior Bowl in 2022.
Turner was drafted by the Washington Commanders in the fifth round (149th overall) of the 2021 NFL Draft and signed his four-year rookie contract on May 6, 2022.
Where Did Cole Turner Attend College?
He played college football at Nevada as a wide receiver before switching to tight end as a senior.
Where Did Cole Turner Attend High School?
He attended Clackamas High School.