FSU Commitment Discusses Miami Game and Season

This past summer Florida State got a huge verbal commitment from tight end-defensive Brandon Warren of Alcoa (TN). Renegade Report.com caught up with the 6-foot-2 and 235 pound standout to discuss his season.

"Right now we are 2-1," Brandon Warren said. "On offense I have nine receptions for 200 yards and three touchdowns. At defensive end I have three forced fumbles and an interception for a touchdown."

Speaking of defensive end, Warren is considering playing defense in college despite being recruited by the Seminoles as a tight end.

"I haven't made up my mine what position that I want to play," he said. "Coach Lilly and Steele argue back and forth about what position I'll play at Florida State. Coach Lilly wants me badly at tight end."

Like a lot of prospects, the Tennessee standout had his eyes glued to the Florida State-Miami game on Labor Day evening.

"I loved every bit of the game," he said. "I was amazed how well the Florida State defense played."

Even though Warren gave his word to the Seminoles, he wants to take one official visit to another school to make sure he's making the right decision.

"I'm 100% solid on Florida State," he said. "I want to take a visit somewhere else just to make sure. However, I'm not sure where yet. Tennessee and Miami still call. Florida State is my dream school. My visit down there was unbelievable."

Warren will officially visit Florida State but no date has been set yet.

As a junior, he helped lead Alcoa to a state title in 2004 by producing 45 catches for 1,000 yards and 16 touchdowns. He also added 20 sacks, 25 tackles for loss and 70 overall tackles.

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