Wildcat Korderian “Bull” Turner Signs Letter to Play at East Texas Baptist University

On Wednesday, Mar. 30 athlete Korderrian “Bull” Turner signed his letter of intent to play on at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall. 

The senior played football, basketball and track in his time in Sulphur Springs.

Turner is the son of Stacey Cork and stepson of Kenneth Cork.

The senior had already technically signed before the event, so Wednesday’s signing event at the Multi Purpose Building was more as a formality, and so his classmates and peers could thank him for all the hard work he has put in and cheer him on as he takes the next step to play in college at ETBU.

Turner said he met the coaching staff a few months ago. The senior said he had a chance to talk and visit the campus when he met the staff.

He said ETBU offered him the day afterwards.

Turner said the coaching staff was understanding and told him that it might take him some time to see action, but that they would help him grow all along the way. Turner said he did not mind as he will be focused on classes.

“School comes first before everything,” the ETBU signee said.

The senior said it just felt like a good fit for him.

Turner said he will be playing football and track as well. Turner’s football and track coach Matt Young said he was proud of how hard he’s worked and how happy he is to see him sign on at ETBU.

Coach Young said Turner did a good solid job reaching his decision. He went on to say the senior was a great kid and a great student.

Turner is not alone in signing with ETBU, as dual-sport athlete Colt Silman also heads to Marshall after graduation in May.

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Author: Ross LaBenske

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