|City/State:||Los Angeles, Calif.|
|High School:||Crenshaw HS|
2011 — All-Pac-12 honorable mention (Pac-12 coaches) and third-team all-conference according to Phil Steele … Recipient of the Joe Schaffeld Trophy as the team’s outstanding defensive lineman … One of two 14-game starters on the defensive line … Led all defensive linemen with 49 tackles … Had two tackles in win over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl … Recovered a fumble and had a pass breakup in win over UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship Game … One pass breakup and six tackles, including 2.0 sacks for a loss of 11 yards and an additional TFL for a loss of five yards in win vs. Oregon State … Made four tackles vs. USC … Forced a fumble and had one sack for a 10-yard loss to go along with a career-high seven tackles in win at Stanford … Had five stops in win at Washington … Five tackles and a sack for a 7-yard loss in win vs. Washington State and a pair of tackles in win at Colorado … Third consecutive game with at least one TFL, had 1.5 TFL and five tackles in win vs. Arizona State … Recorded one TFL for a 2-yard loss and made a trio of stops vs. Cal … Four tackles, including 1.5 sacks for a loss of 17 yards in win at Arizona … Had single tackles in back-to-back wins vs. Missouri State and Nevada … Made four tackles against LSU … Benched 405 pounds (best among defensive linemen) at winter conditioning.
2010 — Co-recipient of the Clarke Award as the team’s most improved player … 12-game starter … All 5.5 TFLs came in Pac-10 play … Made five stops in BCS Championship Game vs. Auburn … First career interception, three tackles and one breakup in win at Oregon State … Two stops, one pass breakup in win vs. Arizona … One sack for a 2-yard loss in win vs. Washington, marking his fourth straight game with a tackle for loss … Also notched single TFLs in victories at Washington State, vs. UCLA and at USC … Four tackles and a quarterback hurry vs. Stanford … Career-highs of seven tackles and 1.5 sacks, totaling a 12-yard loss at Arizona State … Totaled three tackles in win at Tennessee … Made first career start in win over New Mexico … Member of Oregon Iron Club, totaling 1,204 lbs. in the clean, squat and bench press during winter testing … Tied for the top spot on the team with a 395-lb. bench press.
2009 — Provided quality depth at the defensive end position, including a career-high four tackles (all unassisted) vs. California … Equalled that output with four stops against Arizona State, which included a quarterback sack for a 9-yard loss … Included in his totals vs. the Golden Bears were a trio of tackles for loss and two quarterback sacks … Recovered a fumble in the season opener at Boise State … Accumulating 13 solo stops among his 21 tackles for the year, saved his best for last as he posted takedowns in his final six games of the season.
2008 — Appeared in four of the first five games before suffering an injury at Washington State … Took the field for nine snaps vs. both Utah State and WSU.
2007 — Spent his first season honing his skills on the defense’s scout team, although he was recognized as an offensive scout team player of the week honoree for his work in preparation for USC.
BEFORE OREGON — Awarded three stars by Rivals.com as he was tabbed as one of the top 70 linebackers in the country … The all-Coliseum League and all-city choice was credited with six quarterback sacks among his 153 tackles in 2006, in addition to providing four forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and returning one interception for a touchdown … Completed 2005 with 87 tackles, four quarterback sacks and one interception.
PERSONAL — Born Terrell Da’Sean Turner in Los Angeles. Parents: Eddie and Sharie Turner. Family: One brother. High School (Coach): Crenshaw (Robert Garrett) 2007. Major: Undeclared. Redshirt: 2007.
•Team Most Improved Player (Clarke Award)