Texas RB visiting Clemson

One of the 2015 running back prospects in America, and the son of the former NFL back has put together an impressive offer list to date. He is also soon to be visiting Ohio State, Michigan and Clemson.

RB Chris Warren profile

One of the better running backs in the nation for the 2015 class resides in Rockwall, Texas in rising junior Chris Warren. The talented prospect has been participating in numerous 7 on 7 tournaments this summer and has worked to improve his game.

"Summer football has gone well but we lost our qualifier for the 7 on 7 tournament," said Warren. "I was trying to keep our team alive but we just didn't step up enough to advance. I'm still excited about how good we could be this season and I've really improved my game, especially my speed."

The 6-foot-2, 220 pound running back just finished up at Alabama's underclassmen camp where he earned an offer from the Crimson Tide.

"Recruiting has gone well and I'm still having fun with it," Warren explained. "The latest thing that has happened was that I was offered by Alabama after I camped there. I put together a strong performance and they informed me that I was definitely a top target which is great to hear."

"In a sense they (Alabama) are a great fit for my style of play but I really just try to score in any way possible, running people over or making people miss," he continued. "I'd play receiver and catch the football out wide if that is what it took to win. I will always play to win."

With the Alabama trip in the books, the Rockwall product already has the next steps in his recruitment planned out. Three schools will be hosting Warren on an unofficial visit next week.

"I'm excited about visiting Ohio State, Michigan, and Clemson very soon," Warren stated. "I visit Ohio State on July 22, Michigan on July 23, and the Clemson visit will be the 24th or 25th."

"I just want to go out and make my visits," he added. "I need to visit schools out of my region to see what else is out there. That is important to see. Now is a good time because my season hasn't started."

Warren mentioned why two of those schools would get to host him early on.

"I chose to visit Ohio State and Michigan because I heard they're both real traditional programs and that is something that appeals to me," he told Scout.

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