Fresh off a visit to Baylor, Storm Warren decided to pull the trigger. The 6-foot-8, 215-pound power forward loved his visit and it helped secure a commitment.
"He committed to Baylor or is going to today," Earl Warren, who is Storm's dad, said. "He can get a good education there and it's a program that will fit his style of play."
Warren also considered Florida, LSU, Louisiana Tech and Louisiana Monroe. He had visits set up to Florida and LSU, but decided to go ahead and make his college decision
"He said he liked them. He liked the campus and liked the coaching staff. He thinks the program is going to fit his style of play and that's what we were shooting for."
This is Baylor's second commitment in five days. They also picked up 2009 prospect Cory Jefferson on Saturday.
Warren Commits To Big 12 Program
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