Three star Ath Wayne Warren has a verbal commitment with Rutgers and just went on his official visit…
Warren Joins the Rutgers Family
Wayne Warren played both quarterback and safety for Wicomico High School in Salisbury, Md., and it looks like the 6-foot-1, 202-pound athlete could end up at either of those positions at Rutgers. He also held offers from Auburn, Delaware, Stanford and Syracuse, but after his official visit this weekend he knew where his future home would be. "I actually committed to Head Coach Greg Schiano on Sunday, but I announced the decision today around noon," Warren explained. "Coach Schiano was very excited when I told him I was coming and seemed a bit overwhelmed with happiness about it which made me feel good. He told me that they are recruiting me as an athlete and are going back and forth on where they want me to play, so he told me they are just going to get me on the field as fast as possible at either quarterback or safety. I'm fine with playing either one, whichever helps the team quicker." "My official visit went great and I just had a ton of fun," Warren added. "We took a couple tours, first was an academic tour and then a tour of the campus and facilities after that. On Saturday night we took a train up to New York City to the ESPN Zone and ate dinner with all the coaches which was a great experience. All of the coaches and players are just great people and there is definitely a family atmosphere at Rutgers that you don't find everywhere. They have the ultimate goal of winning a National Championship there and that is definitely something that I want to be a part of, so I'm thrilled to be a part of the Rutgers crew." Warren led his team to a 10-1 record this season, however unfortunately they lost in the first round of the playoffs to Parkside High School.
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