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Seth Turner
College Scout

Seth Turner enters his 14th season with the Buccaneers in 2013 and 9th year as a college scout. Turner is responsible for scouting the Midwest region of the United States after spending four seasons as Tampa Bay’s national combine scout. During his time with the Buccaneers, Turner has been part of five playoff appearances, three division titles and one Super Bowl championship.

Prior to scouting the Midwest, Turner spent four years as Tampa Bay’s scout for the annual NFL combine as well as a scout for the southeastern United States. In 2002, Turner was a part of the Buccaneers first Super Bowl championship, a 48-21 victory against Oakland in Super Bowl XXXVII.

Turner joined the Buccaneers in July of 2000 as an intern in the college and pro scouting department. In that role, he assisted in the evaluation of professional free agents and draft-eligible college players. He also served as one of Tampa Bay’s representatives at the 2001 NFL Draft.

Prior to joining the Buccaneers, Turner was an intern for the NFL’s player personnel department, as well as a summer intern for the Buffalo Bills’ player personnel staff in 1999.

Turner graduated with a B.S. in physical education from Baker University in Kansas in 1997 and then earned a master’s in sport management in 1999 from Indiana State. He was a four-year letterman at linebacker and defensive end at Baker, garnering third-team all-conference honors in 1996 as a senior.

Turner, a native of Lansing, Kansas, lives in Columbia, Missouri with his wife, Ariana, and their three children: sons, Graham and Heath, and daughter, Belen.

Seth Turner enters his 14th season with the Buccaneers in 2013 and 9th year as a college scout. Turner is responsible for scouting the Midwest region of the United States after spending four seasons as Tampa Bay’s national combine scout. During his time with the Buccaneers, Turner has been part of five playoff appearances, three division titles and one Super Bowl championship.

Prior to scouting the Midwest, Turner spent four years as Tampa Bay’s scout for the annual NFL combine as well as a scout for the southeastern United States. In 2002, Turner was a part of the Buccaneers first Super Bowl championship, a 48-21 victory against Oakland in Super Bowl XXXVII.

Turner joined the Buccaneers in July of 2000 as an intern in the college and pro scouting department. In that role, he assisted in the evaluation of professional free agents and draft-eligible college players. He also served as one of Tampa Bay’s representatives at the 2001 NFL Draft.

Prior to joining the Buccaneers, Turner was an intern for the NFL’s player personnel department, as well as a summer intern for the Buffalo Bills’ player personnel staff in 1999.

Turner graduated with a B.S. in physical education from Baker University in Kansas in 1997 and then earned a master’s in sport management in 1999 from Indiana State. He was a four-year letterman at linebacker and defensive end at Baker, garnering third-team all-conference honors in 1996 as a senior.

Turner, a native of Lansing, Kansas, lives in Columbia, Missouri with his wife, Ariana, and their three children: sons, Graham and Heath, and daughter, Belen.