By GAVIN WATERS
After years of letters and visits, senior Aaron Turman committed to the University of Georgia on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
With friends and family present Turman sat at a table with a University of Miami, Florida State University, and University of Tennessee hat. After thanking everyone for being there he pulled out a Georgia hat from under the table.
“I liked everything about Georgia when I went there, from the coaches to the campus it seemed like the best fit for me,” Turman said.
Ever since colleges could talk to Turman he has been receiving letters and scouts attending his practice and games. Receiving thousands of letters from hundreds of colleges he started looking at every aspect of every college to figure out the right fit.
“The recruiting process was exciting, it was overwhelming at the end, but overall exciting,” mom Carla Turman said.
Turman finished his high school football career with 55 rushing touchdowns and 4,867 yards breaking the 4,000 yard school rushing record.
3 thoughts on “Turman chooses Georgia”
could you tell me whose record of 4000yds he broke??
I will try to find out. I don’t have that handy. Coaches and Orlando Sentinel reported this.
He is the second person to break 4000 in our metro conference, and he broke James Washington’s school record.