Prep Pulse: Grahm TurnerFebruary 4, 2019
A Q&A with Heritage Hills senior boys basketball player Grahm Turner.
Best thing about the school year: Baseball, basketball and football season.
Who on your team cracks you up and why: Cole Sigler, because I never know what he is going to say or do.
Complete the sentence: I could binge watch The Arrow for hours on end.
What teacher has had the greatest impact on your life, and why: Mr. Zollman, because he taught me that you can always be better than you are and you should never be satisfied.
What’s the best emoji: The laughing crying face.
Favorite type of donut: Glazed from Krispy Kreme.
One thing you do that puts you in your coach’s doghouse: Not boxing out and getting the rebound.
People would be surprised to know what about you: I was in a musical my sophomore year and actually had a solo.
Piece of advice you’ve gotten that has stuck with you: To be the best, the first thing you have to do is be better than you were yesterday.
Who do you consider to be your heroes: My parents, because they are always there for me and they guide me down the right path by setting a great example.
Physical feature that makes you unique: I am 6’4” and 200 pounds, so I am a pretty big guy.
Oddest piece of trivia that you know: Even though an MLB game lasts 3 hours, the actual amount of time spent playing is on average only 18 minutes.
I hate to admit it, but my parents are right about: Almost everything.
Complete the sentence: I’m going on a road trip, and I’m going to Florida and I’m taking these people along for the ride: The boys.
No matter what, my best friends can always cheer me up.
I spend far too much money on: Shoes.
You scream at the TV when: The Cincinnati Reds are losing another baseball game.
Something you really wish you knew how to do: Solve a Rubik’s Cube.
What are some things on your bucket list: Visit every MLB stadium and travel the world.
Best concert you’ve attended: Fleetwood Mac.
Who’s the smartest person on your team: Dylan Begle.
If you cut the cord but could keep three stations, what would they be: ESPN, Freeform, Big Ten Network.
Best athlete from another school you’ve faced: Colson Montgomery (Southridge).
Song in your music collection that’s played the most: “Take It From Me” by Jordan Davis.
Business you’d like to add to your hometown: Buffalo Wild Wings.
Favorite former athlete from your school: Chris Sigler.
Strawberry jelly or grape jelly: Grape.
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