Warren Back From Raleigh

Brewster Academy (NH) small forward T.J. Warren was back in Raleigh this weekend for his official visit to NC State, and the talented prospect discussed the trip with Pack Pride.

Brewster Academy (NH) small forward T.J. Warren was back in Raleigh this weekend for his official visit to NC State.

"It was fun," said Warren. "Everything about it was nice. The football atmosphere was crazy. To hear them chant my name at the game, that felt real good."

Warren was joined at NC State by Wolfpack commitments Tyler Lewis and Rodney Purvis.

"Well, being back in town and hanging out with Tyler and Rodney was great," he said. "Rodney, we're real close and I knew all about him going to State.

"I haven't seen him and Tyler in a long time, so we just all hung out with the other players and were getting a lot of love."

NC State guards Lorenzo Brown and C.J. Williams hosted Warren while he was on his trip.

"They were real cool," Warren said of Brown and Williams. "They let me know how it was at NC State. I feel like the bond I have with the team is crazy. We were chilling every night... they are all laid back. They made me feel real comfortable."

What was Warren's favorite part of the visit?

"It was the interest from the coaching staff," he stated. "They've been at every event I've played in and I can tell they really want me there. They want me to come in and help turn the program around... have an impact once I suit up."

With that being said, Warren isn't ready to name a leader as he still has a few trips left to take. The five-star recruit is considering three other visits before committing to a program.

"I know I'm going to UNC, Florida, and Kentucky," he said. "I want to get all the information I can on them. I had UNC set up for next weekend, but I think I'm going to probably re-schedule that.. probably for their Midnight Madness.

"I'm not sure yet about the dates for Kentucky and Florida. Right now, I'll probably have [a decision] after I visit a few more schools."


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