"I've got 18 days left to be done with all of my high school stuff," Warren told Dawgman.com. "Now it's a matter of getting all of the paperwork into the NCAA and to the coaches to make sure that it's all good and then I can enroll.
"There's still a chance I won't be able to enroll in time, but I've worked really hard to give myself a chance to get there in time for spring ball and I'm really hoping it all works itself out."
Since he signed with the Huskies back on February 4th, Warren has been hard at work in the weight room and on the field, working on his speed, agility and conditioning.
"What offseason?," Warren said with just a hint of humor. "I've been doing the workout (the Husky coaches gave him) and I'm up to 232 now.
"The coaches haven't really said what they want me to come in (weighing), but they said they already liked my size so I'm not trying to bulk up too much."
As a senior this past season for the Abes, Warren posted 106 tackles, 18 sacks, four forced fumbles and three interceptions while being named First-Team 3A All-State by several publications including the Associated Press and the Tacoma News Tribune.