Kale Turner
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Alamo, Calif.

High School:
Monte Vista HS '03

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 176

Position:
WR

Major:
Communication

2006: Co-winner of COACHES AWARD as team's most improved player... Started all 11 games, switching from X to Z receiver midway through season... Caught 19 passes for 216 yards and 2 touchdowns... Had best game vs. Youngstown State, turning 3-for-66 performance including a 38-yarder from Tony Kays early in second quarter... Also was team's leading punt returner, tallying 89 yards on 16 runbacks... Longest return was for 27 yards vs. San Diego.

2005: Played in all 11 games, posting 10 receptions for 112 yards... First career reception was 11-yarder from Jon Grant in third quarter of Causeway Classic... Caught 2 passes four times: South Dakota State, North Dakota State, Stephen F. Austin and Eastern Washington... Had season-best 35 yards at SDSU... Also had 4 punt returns for 30 yards for the year.

2004: Appeared in 2 games but did not record any stats.

2003: Redshirted... Voted Scout Offense Player of the Week after Western Oregon game.

MONTE VISTA HS '03: Earned All-East Bay Athletic League and All-Metro honors as a senior receiver and defensive back... Caught 65 passes for 1,025 yards and 13 TDs in 2002... Helped lead team to 13-0 record, the North Coast Section championship and No. 1 state ranking... Captured All-EBAL accolades as a junior, posting 38-650-8 receiving stats... Team went 11-2 that year, winning NCS title... Three-time defensive MVP in basketball... Finished 2nd on team in scoring as a senior guard... Also lettered in baseball (outfielder) and track & field (400)... Two-year All-CIF Scholastic honoree... Selected as U.S. Army Student-Athlete of the Year for 2002-03.

PERSONAL: Born in Stanford, Calif.... Communication major... Parents are Kevin & Diane Turner... Sports hero is his father, who played linebacker at Pacific, then for four years in the NFL and two in the USFL... Career highlight was hauling in the game-winning catch in final 30 seconds of EBAL championship in front of 15,000 fans.