Myron Warren fits the profile of a typical Gary Patterson recruit; at 6’3” and 230 pounds, the rising senior is just starting to fill out his frame. He is the kind of developing athlete that TCU has thrived in identifying and developing over the years. Friday night, he committed to the Frogs.
Warren is out of Many High School, in Many, LA, continuing the long connection between Texas’ eastward neighbor and TCU. He exploded onto the scene as a junior, amassing 41 tackles and four forced fumbles, as he rose up the rankings and earned a three star rating. He is currently the #60 strong-side defensive end prospect in the county and a top 30 player out of Louisiana.
Warren has 21 offers currently, including Texas A&M, Arkansas, Ole Miss, and Oklahoma State. He also had interest from Alabama and LSU. But it was the coaching acumen of Gary Patterson and his staff, as well as the success of the TCU program, that ultimately sold him.
The Frogs now have ten commits in the class of 2019, giving them the second highest rated class in the Big 12 and the #16 in the country. He is the fourth defensive commit in the group and the second defensive lineman, joining recent pledge Karter Johnson.
Check out Myron’s highlights below.