Huskers catching up with big time JC safety

Like so many before him, this safety has gotten a little lost in the folds of college football. Out of high school though, he was one of the most highly sought after safety recruits in the nation. He committed to Florida State, but ended up at junior college in Kansas. Where is he now and what does he think about the Huskers?
September 18, 2006

4-star Safety Coming For Official Visit

CUTigers.com has all the details including his new leader in this recruiting update.
November 3, 2005

Tigers Closing in on 4-Star DB

Clemson assistant coach Dabo Swinney has positioned the Tigers as one of two leaders for 4-star safety prospect Jonathan Warren.
September 14, 2005

JUCO Safety Sets Official Visit

The Clemson Tigers already have commitments from three four-star defensive backs. Could another one be in the works? CUTigers.com has the latest in this recruiting update.
August 24, 2005

JUCO Safety Postpones Visit

Former Madison County standout Jonathan Warren had hoped to visit Clemson before heading back to school, but that visit has been postponed.
July 17, 2005

Working Hard

<b>Jonathan Warren</b> is making the most of his time at Butler County Community College in Kansas. The former Florida State signee has redshirted this season and looks to enroll at FSU in January, 2006. Returning home for the Thanksgiving holiday, Warren had the chance to watch his Madison County Cowboys upend Starke Bradford 21-0 at Boot Hill in a Class 2A state semifinal game last Friday. Madison County squares off against Immokalee in the 2A final Dec. 10 at Florida Field in Gainesville.
November 28, 2004

FSU Withdraws Offer to Warren

Florida State withdrew its scholarship offer from Madison County standout <b>Jonathan Warren</b> on Friday. FSU coach Bobby Bowden met with school administrators and quickly made the decision. Click here for Bowden's statement.
February 13, 2004

Finding A Way

There's no denying Madison County safety <b>Jonathan Warren</b> determination. Warren, the Cowboys' hard-hitting safety, fulfilled a childhood dream last Wednesday when he signed with Florida State. Warren, however, still must meet entrance requirments to enroll at FSU in August. Click here to read the latest on Warren's plans.
February 8, 2004