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Warren Visits UTSA Spring Game
Isaac Warren caught the attention of media and scouts this past fall when he became a full-time starting cornerback for Tyler (Texas) John Tyler as a junior. Warren has yet to receive his first offer, but has gotten attention from plenty of schools, especially since the start of the spring evaluation period less than two weeks ago. He visited UTSA on Saturday for the Roadrunners' spring game as well. "It went great," Warren said. "They told me I can come by and visit anytime I want." UTSA joins Houston and SMU as the schools that Warren pinpointed as programs contacting him the most lately. "I think I should get an offer in the spring," Warren said. "SMU and UTSA are really interested in me." Warren's best attribute is his size. He's 6-foot-1, 187 pounds and backs up his big frame with a physical style. He's good in press coverage because he can manhandle receivers at the line of scrimmage. He has adequate speed, but often doesn't have to flash too much of it because he steers receivers where he decides he's allowing them to go. Warren is also a solid tackler and can hold the perimeter in run support when asked. He finished the 2013 season with 43 tackles and two interceptions. Warren also said that Rice, Texas Tech, and Baylor have stopped by John Tyler during the spring evaluation period. Everyone likes him as a traditional cornerback, but Texas A&M has been in touch with him about playing nickelback. This Saturday's Nike SPARQ combine in Dallas and the June 1 ETSN.fm/APEC East Texas Recruiting Combine in Tyler are among the upcoming events Warren said he plans to attend.
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