Just days away from the recruiting dead period, like many college football coaching staffs, Bowling Green is all over the place visiting with major high school prospects. Earlier today while scanning Illinois for talent, Falcons assistant Sean Lewis stopped by Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelien, Illinois, and offered class of 2016 tight end Noah Turner a chance to suit up for the Mid-American Conference East Division Champions.
"Coach Lewis came to school, and offered me. He just said we like your hard work, and how you play, and that we would like to offer you." Turner stated to Hustle Belt.
Bowling Green makes three offers for the 6'3 235 pound three-star prospect. The Falcons now join Big Ten programs Indiana, and Illinois as the first to give Turner a chance to play on the college level.
Even though he might already hold offers from a couple power five schools, Noah is excited to add a scholarship from Bowling Green.
"To me an offer is an offer. MAC, SEC, Big 10, Pac 12, Division II, or Division III. It's all an opportunity to play football for free, and get an education."
According to the 247Sports Composite Rankings, Noah is currently the 17th tight end, and 504th overall prospect in the 2016 class.
To see what Turner could potentially add to the Falcons offense, take a few moments to check out his highlights, via Hudl: