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3-star Louisiana SDE Myron Warren decommits from TCU following Texas offer

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The Longhorns put an offer on the table for the Louisiana native on Monday evening. On Tuesday, Warren ended his commitment to the Horned Frogs.

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On Monday night, the Texas Longhorns coaching staff put an offer on the table for Many (La.) strong-side defensive end Myron Warren, who was, at the time, committed to the TCU Horned Frogs.

Fast forward to Tuesday afternoon and Warren announced his decommitment from the Horned Frogs; news that came less than 24 hours after adding a Texas offer to his collection.

In the aftermath of Warren re-opening his recruitment, three Crystal Ball projections have rolled in favoring the Longhorns.

Winning the big games and continuing to prove to everyone that “Texas is back” has a lot to do with the momentum that the Longhorns have created on the recruiting trail within the last three weeks. Texas has picked up three commitments (four-star RB Derrian Brown, four-star S Tyler Owens, and four-star ILB David Gbenda) within the last 25 days.

At this point, the Longhorns have one commitment at strong-side defensive end in the form of Huntsville star T’Vondre Sweat, but the Horns haven’t been in the running to land another prospect at the position this cycle. If the incoming Crystal Ball picks come to fruition Warren could potentially be a solid addition to the #fUTure19 class.

Warren committed to the Horned Frogs back in May, but has since seen offers roll in from the likes of Missouri, Tennessee, and now Texas. In total, Warren holds 24 offers with Arkansas, Kansas State, Colorado, Oklahoma State, and Texas A&M among those in the mix.

A 6’3, 230-pound prospect, Warren is ranked as the nation’s No. 622 prospect, and as the No. 24 player in the state of Louisiana, per the 247Sports Composite.

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