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Evan Turner
Turner against the Iowa Hawkeyes (2010-01-27)
Turner against the Iowa Hawkeyes (2010-01-27)
College Ohio State
Conference Big Ten
Sport Basketball
Position Guard/Forward
Jersey # 21
Class Junior
Major Consumer and Family Financial Services
Career 2007–present
Height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Weight 205 lb (93 kg)
Nationality American
Born October 27, 1988 (1988-10-27) (age 21)
Chicago, Illinois
High school St. Joseph,
Westchester, Illinois
Career highlights
  • 2008–09 Big Ten Scoring Champion
2008 NIT, 2009 NCAA, 2009 Summer Universiade, 2010 NCAA

Evan Marcel Turner (born October 27, 1988 in Chicago, Illinois),[1] is an American basketball player for Ohio State University. Turner plays the point guard, shooting guard and small forward positions. Turner is a first-team 2010 NCAA Men's Basketball All-American and 2010 National Player of the Year according to multiple sources. Turner is the incumbent Big Ten Conference scoring champion and the reigning Big Ten Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year. He has twice been the only player named as a unanimous first-team selection by both the coaches and the media to the All-Big Ten team (2008-09, 2009–10). He is the conference record-holder for most career Conference Player of the Week awards and despite missing over a month of his junior season for the 2009–10 Ohio State Buckeyes men's basketball team, which is still underway, he also set the Conference single-season record for Player of the Week awards.

Turner attended St. Joseph High School in Westchester.[2][3] By his senior season, he was one of the top high school basketball players at his position in the nation.[4][5][6] He was the Big Ten Conference scoring champion for the 2008–09 season and was a first-team 2009 All-Big Ten selection.[7][8] He was also an honorable mention All-American and was selected as a member of the 2009 All-Big Ten Conference Tournament team.[9] He became one of five Big Ten players to have been among the top ten in the conference in points, rebounds, and assists in the same season.

He was selected to various 2009-10 preseason All-American teams including ESPN and FOX Sports. Turner was named among the 50 preseason 2010 Wooden Award watch list nominees and the 50 preseason Naismith College Player of the Year watchlist nominees. He was selected as a Midseason Top-30 finalists for the Wooden Award. He is currently projected as a lottery pick in the 2010 NBA Draft.[10][11]



Turner was born weighing 10 pounds (4.5 kg). Within his first year, he endured chicken pox, pneumonia, asthma and measles. The 1989 Chicago measles epidemic caused Turner to need emergency room services. He encountered severe breathing problems that required the removal of his adenoids and tonsils. At the age of 3, he was hit by a car, resulting in a concussion and stitches. Oversized baby teeth and an overbite caused a speech impediment that necessitated speech therapy.[12]

High school career

Turner was a star on the 2002-03 Gwendolyn Brooks Middle School's varsity boys basketball team that finished the 2002-03 season with a record of 23-2.[13] He played in the Summer 2004 AAU Boys 15-under Basketball National Championship Tournament for the Illinois Knights.[14] As a high school sophomore, he helped lead St. Joseph to a run in the Illinois AA Boys High School basketball tournament,[15] which helped him get the attention of NCAA Division I basketball coaches.[2] At St. Joseph's, which had once produced Isiah Thomas,[2] he was part of a Chicago area sophomore class that was considered to be the best in the history of the state of Illinois. It included Derrick Rose, and his St. Joseph's teammate Demetri McCamey,[2] who overshadowed him as the second best Chicago area prospect in the class behind Rose.[16][17]

Turner started getting major Division I offers early in his junior year,[18] and he and McCamey attended 2005 Midnight Madness with the Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team.[19] At the beginning of his junior season, Chicago Tribune named him to its annual top Chicago metropolitan area basketball players list,[20] and it ranked St. Josephs number three in the area.[21] The team went to the state sectional final before its season ended with a 75–72 sectional final loss to Proviso East High School.[22] After his junior season, he was considered one of the top 25 prospects in the country in his class according to one scout,[23] and he was given special mention by the Chicago Tribune and honorable mention by the Associated Press for all-state honors.[24] During the summer of 2006, he committed to Ohio State, which is located in Columbus, Ohio.[25] Turner's decision was influenced by his relationship with his father, James Turner, who lived in Columbus, Ohio and whom Turner had visited every summer since he was ten years old.[26]

During his senior season, his team was listed second to Rose's Simeon Career Academy in the preseason Tribune Chicago area high school basketball team rankings.[27] That season, he and Rose were both named to the first-team Associated Press 2006-07 Class AA all-state team, a day before Rose's Simeon eliminated Turner's St. Joseph in the Illinois Class AA supersectional.[28][29] Turner and McCamey finished third and sixth to Rose in the Illinois Mr. Basketball voting,[3] and the Chicago Tribune chose both of them as first team All-state selections along with Rose.[30] Turner was ranked as the #7, #13 and #16 small forward in the nation as a high school senior by ESPN,, and respectively.[4][5][6] He received scholarship offers from five Big Ten Conference basketball programs, as well as Wake Forest, DePaul and Notre Dame.[6]

Name Hometown High School Height Weight (lb) Commit date
Evan Turner
Chicago, Illinois St. Joseph (IL) 6′6″ 175 06/29/2006 
Scout:4 stars.svg   Rivals:4 stars.svg   ESPN grade: 96
Overall Recruiting Rankings: Scout - 16 (SF)   Rivals - 49, 13 (SF)  ESPN - 49, 7 (SF)

Note: In many cases, Scout and Rivals may conflict in their listings of height and weight.
In these cases, an average of the two was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100 point scale.
"Ohio State Basketball Commitments". Retrieved 2008-03-24. 
"2007 Ohio State Basketball Commits". Retrieved 2008-03-24. 
"ESPN". Retrieved 2008-03-24. 
" Team Recruiting Rankings". Retrieved 2008-03-24. 
"2007 Team Ranking". Retrieved 2008-03-24. 

College career

Turner as a freshman during a November 6, 2007, Ohio State exhibition game.

Freshman year

As a freshman, he averaged 27.1 minutes per game, 8.5 points per game, and 4.4 rebounds per game over the course of the season and finished second on the team in assists and third in steals.[31][32] That season, he helped Ohio State win the 2008 National Invitation Tournament by averaging 18.5 points, 7 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3 steals in the tournament's semifinal and final round at Madison Square Garden.[33][34]

Sophomore year

As a sophomore, Turner was named player of the week three times during the 2008–09 Big Ten Conference men's basketball season (December 8, 2008, February 2, 2009, and February 9, 2009).[35][36][37] On February 26, Turner became the only Big Ten player selected by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association as a Top 15 finalist for the Oscar Robertson Trophy.[38] As a guard/forward for the Ohio State Buckeyes men's basketball team of the Big Ten Conference, he led his team in the following per-game statistical categories: points, rebounds, assists, and steals.[39] Turner led the Big Ten in scoring as a sophomore.[7] He and Manny Harris became the 4th and 5th players in conference history to finish in the top ten in the conference in points, rebounds and assists since assists became a statistic in 1983-84, following Steve Smith, Jim Jackson, and Brian Evans.[40]

Although he was not selected as a preseason All-Big Ten conference player,[41] he was the only person chosen as a unanimous first-team All Big Ten selection by both the coaches and the media at the end of the regular season.[8] On March 5, the National Association of Basketball Coaches honored Turner as a District 7 (Big Ten)[42] first-team selection along with four other sophomores.[43] He was also chosen on March 10 by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association for its 2008-09 Men's Division I District V (OH, IN, IL, MI, MN, WI) Team, based on voting from its national membership.[44] He was selected as a 2009 All-American honorable mention by the Associated Press.[45] On March 15, he was selected to the 2009 Big Ten Conference Men's Basketball Tournament team, despite Ohio State's loss in the final game to Purdue.[9][46] Turner played for the 2009 Junior USA World University Championships team, along with conference foes Robbie Hummel of Purdue and Talor Battle of Penn State. He helped them to the bronze medal and a 6-1 record.[47]

Junior year

His junior season began with numerous accolades. ESPN chose both Kalin Lucas and Turner to its 2009–10 NCAA Division I men's basketball season preseason second-team All-American list.[48] FOX Sports preseason All-American list included him on its fifth team.[49] Turner was named among the 50 preseason Wooden Award watch list nominees and the 50 preseason Naismith College Player of the Year watchlist nominees.[50][51] The 24-member Big Ten media panel selected him as a first team preseason All-Big Ten team member.[52]

Turner opened the season by recording the first triple double by a Big Ten player since January 13, 2001 and the second in school history (Dennis Hopson was the first) during the Coaches vs. cancer classic against Alcorn State University.[53] This earned him his fourth career Big Ten player of the week honor although first of the 2009–10 Big Ten Conference men's basketball season.[54] The following week, he ran his streak of double doubles to four to earn back-to-back player of the week honors.[55] Two weeks after his first triple-double, he repeated the feat at home against Lipscomb University on November 24.[56] This earned him his third consecutive Big Ten player of the week award.[57] On December 5, 2009 in the fourth week of the season, he suffered transverse process fractures of the second and third lumbar vertebra in his back, which was expected to cause him to be inactive for two months.[58] Turner returned early from his injury on January 6, 2010.[59] This occurred two days after Ohio State fell out of the top 25 in the 2009–10 NCAA Division I men's basketball rankings on January 4th in his absence.[60] With Turner back in the lineup, Ohio State returned to the top 25 on January 18,[61] and Turner earned his fourth Big Ten Player of the Week award on the same day after leading his team to wins over two ranked conference foes.[62] Then on February 8, Turner established a new Big Ten Conference record with his eighth career Conference Player of the Week award, surpassing Glenn Robinson and Jackson. The fifth of the season also tied Robinson's single season record.[63] Two weeks after tying the single-season record, he broke the record when he averaged 24.5 points, 8.5 rebounds and 5.5 against two ranked conference opponents (No. 4 Purdue and at No. 11 Michigan State).[64] Then he won the award again on March 1.[65]

Turner helped led the Buckeyes to the regular season co-Chapionship for the Big Ten Conference and helped them earn the number one seed in the 2010 Big Ten Conference Men's Basketball Tournament. On March 12, 2010 in their first game in the tournament he helped the Buckeyes get a win over their arch rival Michigan Wolverines with a last second 37-foot 3 pointer in the Buckeyes' first game in the Big Ten Conference Tournament.[66] In the second game against Illinois Turner recorded a triple double, including 31 points. He scored the game-tying points to send the game to overtime and then the final four points in overtime to send the game into double overtime. Turner scored a total of 12 points in overtime.[67] He led Ohio State to victory in the championship game against Minnesota with another 31 points.[68] Turner was named Tournament Most Outstanding Player and part of the All-Tournament team.[69]


He was selected by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association to the 10-man 2010 All-District V team covering college basketball players in the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin and named District Player of the Year.[70] He was again the only person chosen as a unanimous first-team All Big Ten selection by both the coaches and the media at the end of the regular season and was selected as the 2010 Big Ten Men's Basketball Player of the Year.[71][72] He was recognized as an All-District first-team selection by the National Association of Basketball Coaches making him eligible for the State Farm Division I All‐America teams.[73]

Turner was selected as a Midseason Top-30 finalists for the 2010 John Wooden Award in January.[74] In February, he was named a midseason Top 30 candidate for the Naismith College Player of the Year.[75][76] He was selected among the 16 finalists for the 2010 Oscar Robertson Trophy.[77] He is one of only 13 college basketball players in the running for all three awards as of March 2010. He was also selected in March as one of six finalists for the Bob Cousy Award.[78] He was included on the March 15 26-man final national ballot for the Wooden Award.[79][80]

Turner was selected as a first team 2010 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans by Sporting News, Fox Sports, United States Basketball Writers Association and Yahoo! Sports.[81][82][83] Fox and Sporting News selected him as their National Player of the Year.[82][84]


Turner's mother is named Iris James, and he has two older brothers named Darius and Richard.[12]


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