Hogs offer Louisiana defensive lineman

By: Richard Davenport Richard Davenport's Twitter account
Published: Friday, April 6, 2018
Arkansas defensive line coach John Scott talks with a player during practice Saturday, March 3, 2018, in Fayetteville.
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Arkansas defensive line coach John Scott talks with a player during practice Saturday, March 3, 2018, in Fayetteville.

A recent scholarship offer from Arkansas to Myron Warren has the defensive end looking to visit Fayetteville.

Warren (6-3, 230 pounds) of Many, La., received his offer from the Hogs on Tuesday to go along with 10 other offers from schools such as TCU, SMU, Louisiana Tech, Tulane and Arkansas State.

“I am very excited to receive an offer from the University of Arkansas,” Warren said. “I appreciate the coaches there for seeing how talented I was to give me the offer. I have a pretty high interest level on the Razorbacks.”

He plans to make his way to Northwest Arkansas.

“If it can’t be this week or next, I will surely find a time to come up there and visit,” he said.

Warren’s highlight video shows an end with nice speed off the edge and a nasty attitude when making contact with the runner or passer.

“I’m a very quick, tough, physical guy that loves the game and loves to be a team leader,” Warren said.

A team captain for the upcoming season, Warren embraces a leadership role.

“Leading a team means a lot to me because you can’t win a game without your teammates, and working hard and encouraging your teammates will help win games,” Warren said.

Warren said he’s communicating with defensive tackles coach John Scott Jr.

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