Lackawanna College 2021 JUCO defensive back De’Jahn Warren has set a date to announce his commitment decision this coming December on the 14th. He listed his top three schools recently, then talked about UGA making his list:
(Why the Bulldogs made it) “They really do make me feel like I am a priority,” he said. “I get calls and text messages from these guys every day no matter what time it is and it is vice versa. I can call or text them and they will respond. I can call them no matter what time it is and they will answer.”
(Best thing) “I like a lot of things about Georgia to be honest with you,” Warren said. “But the one thing I can say that I like the best is the relationship I have got with both the defensive coordinator [Dan Lanning], the head coach [Kirby Smart] and the defensive backs coach [Charlton Warren] at Georgia.”
(Questions?) He’s got everything answered.
(Relationships on the team) “I don’t know a lot of dudes from there,” he said. “I know one. Maybe two. But the one player I do know [Major Burns] we are close. I know he is going to give me the real deal about Georgia in any way. That’s my ‘Dawg.”DawgNation
Warren has over 32 scholarship offers currently, and including the offer from the Bulldogs, he also holds offers from top programs such as Auburn, Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma, Penn State, Tennessee, and Texas A&M to name a few.
While his commitment date is still a number of months off and a lot can change between now and then, one spot of good news for Georgia is that it looks like Warren will be taking his last official visit to the Classic City before he makes his announcment.
Before he visits UGA, Warren will take one official to Oklahoma on November 20th and another on December 4th to Tennessee. The 6-foot-0 and 175 lbs talented athlete is out of Hyattsville, Maryland where he played his varsity high school football for Suitland.
Warren is considered one of the top JUCO cornerback prospects by both 247Sports and Rivals with a four-star rating by both services. Last season for the Falcons out of Scranton, Pennsylvania, he made 35 stops and had 6 pass breakups along with 5 interceptions and 3 force fumbles in 11 games. Warren also blocked 5 kicks on special teams.
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