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2015 NFL DRAFT

Robert Turbin, RB

School: Utah State  |  Conference: WAC
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: Fremont, CA
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 222 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
9083
Career Notes
Missed all of last season with a knee injury, but is expected to make full recovery and return to school-record setting form of 2009... USU's first Doak Walker Award Watch List member since Emmett White in 2001... Strong, powerful, versatile and talented running back... Enters season with 1,798 rushing yards, the first USU back with 1,500 for a career since Emmett White (1998-01), who finished with 2,791 yards... The 1,798 yards is currently No. 11 on the USU career rushing list, 22 behind Jack Hill's 1,820 yards (1952, 55-56), at the No. 10 spot... Has 21 career rushing TD's, which is tied for sixth on the Aggies' career list with Louie Giammona (1973-75)... Has a 5.7 ypc average, that is fifth on USU's career rushing list... With 28 career TD's, is now tied for sixth on USU's career total TD list with Kendal Smith (1985-88)... Tallied 170 career points, which is tied for 10th on USU's career points scored list with Rick Parros (1976-79).
2011 Season
Turbin is USU's first WAC Offensive Player of the Year award recipient and just the Aggies' second WAC individual honor, joining Paul Igboeli's WAC Freshman of the Year honor in 2006. Overall, Turbin is just the second USU player to earn a conference Offensive Player of the Year honor, joining Kendal Smith who was the 1998 Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Year. A native of Fremont, Calif. (Irvington HS), Turbin is 10th in the nation in rushing with 118.0 yards per game and is fifth in scoring with 11.5 points per contest. Turbin has rushed for 1,416 yards and 19 touchdowns on 229 attempts for an average of 6.2 yards per carry. He has caught 16 passes for 164 yards and four more touchdowns. His 138 points scored this season are currently the seventh most in WAC history. The 1,416 yards ranks Turbin fifth on USU's single-season rushing yardage list, needing just 120 more for the No. 1 spot of 1,536 yards, currently held by Demario Brown in 1999. Turbin is already the USU record holder for single-season rushing TDs (19), single-season total TDs (23) and single-season scoring (138).
2010 Season
Missed the season due to injury.
2009 Season
Played in all 12 games, starting 11... Ranked third in the WAC and 20th in FBS in rushing with 108.0 ypg, as well as third in the league and 32nd in the nation in all-purpose yards with 142.8 ypg... Amassed 1,296 rushing yards, becoming USU's first 1,000-yard rusher since Aggie legend Emmett White in 2001... The 1,296 yards rank eighth on the Aggies' single-season rushing list, right behind White's 1,322 yards in 2000 at No. 7... Had 207 total carries (6.3 ypc) with 13 rushing TD's and a school-record long of 96-yards... Also led the conference's running backs in receiving yards with 34.8 ypg, totalling 418 yards on 30 receptions (13.9 ypc) with five TD catches... Scored a WAC-leading and USU single-season record 18 TD's, finishing with 110 points, the most for an offensive player in the WAC and the second-most overall on the season... Posted a 9.2 ppg average, which ranked second in the WAC and 13th in the FBS... Tied a school-record by scoring five total TD's with three rushing and two receiving scores in the Aggies' season-finale win over Idaho on Nov. 28... The five TD's was the most in a conference game since 2007... It also tied a USU single-game record last done in 1956 by Jack Hill with five rushing TD's... Totalled 110 points scored, setting a new school record as it topped the previous mark of 105 scored by Jack Hill in 1956, and only the second 100-point scorer... Set another school record with 18 total TD's, breaking the previous mark of 16 done three times, by White in 2001, Abu Wilson in 1996 and Roy Shivers in 1965... With 13 rushing TD's, tied for No. 7 on USU's single-season rushing TD list with two marks by White, with 13 TD's in both 2001 and 2000, as well as Tom Larscheid in 1960. Posted a 6.3 ypc average, ranking tied for third on the single-season list with Larscheid's average in 1961... Accounted for 183 yards of total offense with 113 yards rushing and 70 yards receiving for three rushing and two receiving TD's in win over Idaho, earning WAC Offensive Player of the Week honors on Nov. 30, USU's first WAC offensive award and the Aggies' first offensive conference weekly honor since QB Travis Cox earned the Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week accolade on Nov. 22, 2004... Scampered for school-record 96-yard TD run vs. Utah in season-opener, topping previous school-record of 95-yards by Percy Hanson in 1920... Tied the longest offensive play in school history, matching a Craig Bradshaw to Fred Fernandes 96-yard pass play vs. Arizona State in 1979... Broke the longest individual school record and Hanson held the second-oldest school record... The oldest school record is the team winning margin (136-0 over Idaho State in 1919)... It was the first TD run of over 80 yards by an Aggie since Marvin Jackson's 88-yard scoring scamper vs. Fresno State in 1980, breaking the longest record on USU's "Last Time" list... Posted seven 100-yard outings, the most since White also had seven in 2001... Amassed career-best 190 yards in San Jose State game... Scored at least one rushing TD in nine games, led by the career-high three in Idaho game while scoring two each in Hawai'i and SJSU games... Tallied 116 receiving yards in Southern Utah game to become only the second USU running back with a 100-yard receiving outing, only other done by White on Nov. 4, 2000, part of his NCAA record-setting 578 all-purpose yards, and the only other-time for a 100-yard rushing and 100-yard receiving outing in the same game as White in that same game... Combined with fellow running back Michael Smith's 100 yards rushing to become the first USU running back tandem to both rush for 100 yards since 1989... Had four 20+ carry outings with career-most 24 in New Mexico State, SJSU and Idaho games... Posted at least one catch in 10 games, led by career-high six at Hawai'i.
2008 Season
Played in all 12 games, making six starts... Was second on team with 499 yards rushing (40.4 ypg / 4.6 ypg), ranking 12th in the WAC in rushing... Was tied for ninth in the conference in scoring, with 5.0 ppg on 10 total TD's, scoring eight rushing TD's and two receiving TD's... The eight rushing TD's were the most since Emmett White's 13 rushing scores in 2001... With three rushing TD's vs. Louisiana Tech, became the first USU RB to have three rushing TD's in one game since White had three on Nov. 17, 2001 against Weber State... The last three-rushing TD outing against a Division I team was also by White, against Arkansas State on Oct. 28, 2000... Also ranked fourth on the team in receiving with 256 yards, ranking tied for third with 20 receptions... Had season-high 123 yards rushing vs. Idaho, for USU's lone 100-yard rushing outing of the season... Added 99 yards at LA Tech... Had season-long rush of 49 yards in Idaho game... Tied with Diondre Borel for team lead in rushing explosives of over 20 yards with five, including three of 40 yards or more... Added five receiving explosives with a long of 29 yards, which went for a TD in Boise State game... Had total of 20 catches for 256 yards (12.8 ypc) with two TD's.
High School
A first-team all-league running back as well as an all-league defensive back as a senior... Earned the league Defensive Player of the Year award... Also earned first-team all-metro honors offensively and defensively... Rushed 143 times for 1,232 yards and 14 touchdowns and had nine receptions for 103 yards... Defensively, he recorded six interceptions... Also a two-year letterwinner in basketball as well as track & field.
Personal
Born Dec. 2, 1989 in Oakland, Calif... Son of Ronald Turbin and Lovie Mae Jones... Has two brothers and two sisters... Majoring in sociology with minor in business management... Hobbies include playing basketball and music.
 
Latest News
04/30/2012 - Seattle wanted to get more speed on defense, and they achieved that by drafting the most pure pass rusher in the draft in West Virginia's Bruce Irvin at No. 15 overall. Irvin ran a blazing, 4.43 in the 40-yard dash at the combine and totaled 22.5 sacks during his two seasons at West Virginia. Coach Pete Carroll said he'll back up pass-rushing defensive end Chris Clemons, and play opposite him on third down. Carroll also drafted a quarterback for the first time since he's been in Seattle, selecting Wisconsin signal-caller Russell Wilson in the third round. The Seahawks like Wilson's skill set and leadership skills. And even though Seattle signed Matt Flynn to a multi-year deal in free agency, Wilson will get an opportunity to show how he fits into the quarterback competition with Flynn and Jackson once training camp begins in July. BEST PICK: Running back Robert Turbin: The Seahawks needed a backup running back to ease the load for Marshawn Lynch, and they get another bruising runner in Turbin. - The Sports Xchange

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