Turner, who played just nine games for the TAC Cup side this season, has been interviewed by North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs and is believed to be in draft calculations of both recruiting teams.
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While Turner won't figure for the Bulldogs first selection, the club also holds pick 42 and has said it may activate selection 60 at Thursday's NAB AFL Draft if the right player is still available.
The Roos hold two live selections - No.30 and 47 - and will take father-son player Luke McDonald at pick eight.
Both clubs will also take multiple selections to next week's rookie draft.
Turner is a 180cm competitive midfielder with a fierce attack on the ball and good skills.
He qualified for the draft by one day, with his 18th birthday falling on December 31.
The Wodonga local started the season playing in the Ovens and Murray League having done the pre-season with the Murray Bushrangers and making it onto their list.
Bushrangers region manager Andrew Carson said Turner's competitiveness was unmatched.
"He came in from playing out at Mitta, and came in to Wodonga. We gave him a pre-season and he worked his way onto our list and fought his way into our team," Carson said.
"By the end of the year he was having an impact on the ground wherever he played - as a small defender, a small forward or [rolling] through the midfield.
"Physically there's not much of him and he's only 67 kilos. But he plays with the commitment and attack on the footy as much as anyone going around.
"He's fearless in his approach on the footy and continually puts himself in places where you just hope he's going to be OK."
Because of his late progression and birthday, Carson said Turner had great upside.