Turner Nims – WR

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OFFERS: Air Force, Kent State, Washington & Lee and Elon

HT: 6’4″
WT: 197
GPA: 4.12
SAT: 1320
Class: 2018
40: 4.6
Shuttle: 4.2
Vertical: 34″
Squat: 340
Bench: 230
Power Clean: 230

Nims is one of the most slept on players in the state of Georgia. He is a great athlete with a background in basketball. He is a down field threat and when he strides he typically burns the DB. It is virtually impossible to press coverage the 2018 WR with his long arms and quick first step. Also he does a great job of tracking the deep pass, utilizing his body to shield the defender but he honestly creates enough separation that the DB is not very close. It’s just a matter of time before FBS schools become more interested in Nims, he has the elite grades and athleticism that colleges look for in a student-athlete. He should just pour on weight to his frame and end up being 210-220 by the time he is playing in college. 2x DeKalb County Receiving Leader.

2017 STATS: 913 receiving yards, 35 receptions, 26.1 ypc & 7 TDs
2016 STATS: 942 receiving yards, 43 receptions, 21.9 ypc & 8 TDs



What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?

I’m 6’4″ 197 lbs and grew up a basketball player. Started Varsity Freshman year, and last year as a Junior I was team MVP/Captain and made All-County.

I played football for the first time ever my Sophomore year in high school (Wide Receiver) and last year as a Junior was #1 Wide Receiver in Dekalb County (regular season).

I always give 110% and am open for coaching. Now that football is my passion and sport, I will put on 15-20 lbs. I love working out! I’ll get my explosive speed up. Hopefully a 6’4′ 210 lb WR will get me to stand out along with my academics and willingness to always work hard and be a team player!


One Comments

  1. Reply Post By Coach Steve

    Leader and heartbeat of football team. Dunwoody was dead on arrival, 21-0 to Pope. He can adapt to multiple routes, and works hard on every play.

    Made several game breaking plays and almost brought team back and barely fell 34-35.

    The kid grades out on blocking, sight adjustments, and punt/kick off duties.

    Will look back after being a 4 year starter, and we will all say “what were we waiting on?”

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