Paris Warren School: Utah
Ht: 6-0.5 Wt: 219 40: 4.72 Year: 5Sr
Bio: Former Oregon transfer who's been an
All-Conference performer the past two seasons.
Led the team in receiving as a senior, posting
80/1,076/12. Did the same the prior year with
Positives: Nice-sized receiver with a wellrounded
game. Quickly releases off the line, solid
route runner and works back to the quarterback
out of breaks. Reads the defense finding the
open seam, displays excellent concentration
and consistently extends to catch the pass away
from his frame. Adjusts well to the errant throw
and makes the tough grab in traffic. Outstanding
blocker downfield who removes defenders from
the action. Not afraid to extend in a crowd and
exposes himself to the big hit in order to make the
Negatives: Not a speedster who makes big plays
down the field or wins out in footraces.
A productive college wideout with a nose for the
end zone, Warren projects well as a possession
receiver at the next level and will also be an effective
red zone target. Does not possess the great
speed, yet his consistent hands and blocking skills
will help him develop into a solid second receiver.
Prospect Profile: Paris Warren
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