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Turner Bernard Career Stats
Was the starting long snapper for the Aztecs last year until he tore the ACL in his left knee in the fourth game of the season ... Is expected to be fully healed by 2017 fall camp.
Started the first four games of his true freshman season until he tore the ACL in his left knee chasing down a punt at South Alabama ... Ultimately used his redshirt season.
Played three years at Mountain Ridge High School in Glendale, Ariz. ... Was a two-time all-state long snapper ... Received a five-star rating from Kohl's Kicking, which also listed him as the nation's top incoming long snapper ... A two-star recruit by Rivals as an athlete, and by Scout, 247sports and ESPN as long snapper ... Received a grade of 74 by 247sports and graded out as the No. 7 player at the position ... Earned a grade of 69 by ESPN and was picked as the top long snapper in the 2016 class ... Was chosen to snap in the Under Armour All-America game ... Received the highest overall snapping score for all 2015 Showcase Camps as well as the highest overall score for the 2015 Scholarship Camp.
Turner Charles Bernard was born Aug. 14, 1998, in Phoenix ... Son of Ben and Shawna Bernard ... Picked the Aztecs over offers from Utah and Northwestern ... Is undeclared on a major.