Warren Norman, running back from Chamblee, Ga., committed to Vanderbilt during the summer and has…
Warren Norman set for official visit
"I am taking my official visit this weekend," said Warren Norman. "I am looking forward to the visit. I am ready to get up there to meet my future teammates and some of the other coaches." "I have been staying in contact with coach [Des] Kitchings, a little bit coach [Bobby] Johnson and a little bit coach [Ted] Cain. Coach Kitchings is great guy. He played the position. It's always a plus. He has told me good things about the school and seems like a good person." Norman has been to Nashville several times and familiar with the surroundings. "I have been to two camps," he said. "The first time I didn't do much. I toured the campus and talked to the coaches. I worked out the second time. I worked out and did some drills. They really taught me a lot of stuff that helped my game. I had a connection, and it made me feel good." "I went to the Auburn and Tennessee game. They had a great year. It was the first winning season in 20 years. When I first committed the only concern was them winning. Now it's real great. I am proud to be a Commodore." Norman had several reasons for giving his verbal pledge to Vanderbilt. "I committed because it's close to home," he said. "The best thing about Vanderbilt was it's SEC football. It's a great combination of athletics and academics." The 5-foot-10, 191-pound back holds a 2.9 GPA and scored a 1300 on the SAT. Norman had a great senior season with 131 carries for 1,010 yards and 11 touchdowns, 10 catches for 187 yards and one touchdown; three solo tackles and two interceptions. He was named First Team All-County for his performance.
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