IT's OFFICIAL TJ Warren is going to be #MizzouMade— Nick Otterbacher (@Coach_Otter) February 4, 2015
February 4, 2015
One of the biggest moments of our lives is tomorrow. We are truly blessed Bros— Tajaun Warren (@savage_teejayy) February 4, 2015
|Height, Weight||6'0, 190|
|City (School)||Conyers, GA (Rockdale County)|
|Rating (Rivals)||*** (5.5)|
|Rating (247 Composite)||*** (0.8394)|
|Rating (ESPN)||**** (80)|
|Other Offers of Note||Georgia Tech, Indiana|
|Previous Posts||T.J. Warren is a Tiger|
Missouri signed three Georgia prospects in the 2014 class -- two of them played as true freshmen (Thomas Wilson and Nate Brown), and a third (Tavon Ross) may have as high a ceiling as anybody in the class.
With a relatively young depth chart at safety, this year's first signee from the Peach State could threaten to see the field as a true freshman as well. T.J. Warren, who committed to Mizzou in October, is a ball hawk with a strong frame and return skills.
Warren doesn't display the same level of DAMN! speed that others in the class might, but he makes nice breaks for the ball and boasts pretty good size. ESPN liked him enough to give him a four-star designation. He could easily end up in the 6'0, 200-pound range that Mizzou tends to ask of its safeties, and he appears to enjoy physical play.