I'm no turkey expert, but, if he is more than 5 or 6 months old I would think he is not a Broad Breasted, because he would be much bigger.
Our hen turkey shares the coop with our chickens and they get along fine. Turkeys like to roost pretty high up, unless they are broad breasted. So, as long as you give them a roosting bar that can hold them, they will roost where ever you enclose them for the night. Our Tom was an outdoorsman. He would roost outside and no matter the weather he would plan to stay there, so we had to gather him and the hen up to get them in their house for the night. Since he has been gone the hen has adjusted to living in the coop and heads in on her own as the sun goes down.
Neither turkey was especially fond of being touched. They would be so curious about anything we were doing, but, as soon as we would reach out to them they would lurch away. Now, when the hen is roosting, I can walk up to her and pet her but she still protests a bit. She just can't do anything about it because she is on a roosting bar and can't really run away.
We just love our hen turkey. She's pretty quiet, is imprinted on us, and thinks she's a chicken.