The Texas Longhorns will have a chance to make an impression on an important defensive line target when Many (La.) defensive end Myron Warren visits Austin for the game against the Iowa State Cyclones:
Texas offered Warren in early October. Within hours, the 6’3, 240-pounder ended his commitment to TCU.
October was a big month for the big defensive end — Warren also picked up offers from Tennessee, Oregon, and Nebraska.
The one school that hasn’t offered, however, looms large over his recruitment. That school, of course, is home-state LSU, which hosted Warren last weekend for the Alabama game. As with most prospects from Louisiana, an offer from the Tigers could completely alter Warren’s recruitment.
So far, that hasn’t happened, and that’s good news for the Longhorns.
With four 247Sports Crystal Ball picks in for Texas despite the fact that Warren hasn’t visited yet, the staff will have a big opportunity to consolidate the perceived momentum generated by the offer from the Longhorns and Warren’s subsequent decommitment from the Horned Frogs.
However, keep an eye for that LSU offer, because it could change everything in an instant.
Warren is a consensus three-star prospect ranked as the No. 625 player nationally, the No. 44 strong-side defensive end, and the No. 24 player in Louisiana, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.