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"It was nice," Chris Warren said. "The team looked a little slow and inconsistent but those are fixable things."
"I talked to coach [Tommie] Robinson the most and it was needed. We just talked about what could have been with a few changes at the scrimmage."
"This game really showed me how they have improved from last year," the Scout100 prospect continued. "I can't say exactly (where they stand) until I see where coach Strong takes the team."Scout.com Take: Warren has a NFL pedigree as his father was a three time pro bowl back. He is a downhill runner who has exceptional feet for a player with his size. He makes nifty moves and has a nice burst which allows him to get in to the hole and advance the ball up the field quickly. Nice lateral movement to go along with a 40-yard time of 4.5. His speed could be categorized as smooth. Strong enough and big enough to run through arm tackles. LB should not be ruled out. As a sophomore in 2012, Warren rushed for 1,059 yards and scored 15 touchdowns to earn 12-5A District Newcomer of the Year honors.
As a junior in 2013, Warred got off to a torrid start, but suffered a torn ACL early in the season. Still he rushed for 747 yards and 11 scores.