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Scott Turner
Offensive QC
College:
Nevada-Las Vegas
Experience:
2

Bio

COACHING
As the Panthers' offensive quality control coach, Scott Turner breaks down vast amounts of information and analyzes opponents' statistical tendencies to assist the coaches in their offensive preparations.

Turner came to Carolina in 2011 from the University of Pittsburgh, where he spent three seasons working under head coach Dave Wannstedt. Promoted to wide receivers coach in 2010, Turner helped Jon Baldwin earn All-Big East first-team honors and contributed to the Panthers' co-conference championship team. Baldwin was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft. In his first two years with the program, Turner was an offensive assistant.

He joined the Pittsburgh staff in 2008 following two years on the prep level at South County Secondary School in Lorton, Va. Turner began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Oregon State in 2005.

PLAYING AND PERSONAL
A three-year letterman at Nevada-Las Vegas from 2002-04, Turner graduated with a degree in psychology. He served as a reserve quarterback for the Rebels as a junior and senior, completing 5-of-14 passes for 43 yards, and played on special teams as a sophomore after being redshirted as a freshman. Turner is the son of San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner.

HISTORY
Quarterback: Nevada-Las Vegas 2002-04. College coach: Oregon State 2005, Pittsburgh 2008-10. Pro coach: Joined Panthers in 2011.

COACHING
As the Panthers' offensive quality control coach, Scott Turner breaks down vast amounts of information and analyzes opponents' statistical tendencies to assist the coaches in their offensive preparations.

Turner came to Carolina in 2011 from the University of Pittsburgh, where he spent three seasons working under head coach Dave Wannstedt. Promoted to wide receivers coach in 2010, Turner helped Jon Baldwin earn All-Big East first-team honors and contributed to the Panthers' co-conference championship team. Baldwin was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft. In his first two years with the program, Turner was an offensive assistant.

He joined the Pittsburgh staff in 2008 following two years on the prep level at South County Secondary School in Lorton, Va. Turner began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Oregon State in 2005.

PLAYING AND PERSONAL
A three-year letterman at Nevada-Las Vegas from 2002-04, Turner graduated with a degree in psychology. He served as a reserve quarterback for the Rebels as a junior and senior, completing 5-of-14 passes for 43 yards, and played on special teams as a sophomore after being redshirted as a freshman. Turner is the son of San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner.

HISTORY
Quarterback: Nevada-Las Vegas 2002-04. College coach: Oregon State 2005, Pittsburgh 2008-10. Pro coach: Joined Panthers in 2011.

 

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