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The Dotted Line: Commitment Q&A with Texas three-star defensive end Myron Warren

Posted November 21st, 2018

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Texas’ 2019 recruiting class grew to 21 members on Monday when three-star defensive end Myron Warren picked the Longhorns. The product of Early, La. chose Texas over 26 other offers. The 6-3, 240-pound strong-side end was the third defensive linemen to pick Texas, joining fellow three-star prospects T’Vondre Sweat and Peter Mpagi. He became the 10th out-of-state pledge in the 2019 class, which ranks seventh in the nation and first in the Big 12.

At what age did you fall in love with football?

I always loved basketball, but I started playing football my sophomore year and started liking it.

What made Texas your choice?

It’s a great place to get an education, I can get playing time and I have family all around there.

Where do you want to accomplish as a senior?

Finish off strong and win state.

What was most important to you as a recruit? 

Playing time, education and finding a place that they love you.

What word would you use to describe Tom Herman?

Legendary.

Where do you see yourself playing at Texas?

Defensive end as a pass rusher.

What artist would you most like to see live?

Kodak Black.

Favorite movie?

“Get Out.”

Favorite athlete of all-time?

Kyrie Irving.

Favorite sport to watch other than football?

Basketball.

2019 Texas Longhorns recruiting class

PlayerPos. SchoolStarsCommitment date
Roschon Johnson QBPort Neches-Groves4July 21 (2017)
T'Vondre Sweat DEHuntsville3Feb. 28
Jordan Whittington WRCuero4March 10
De'Gabriel Floyd OLBWestlake Village (Calif.)4March 31
Kenyatta Watson IIDBGrayson (Ga.)4May 1
Brayden Liebrock TEChandler (Ariz.)3May 8
Tyler JohnsonOLConroe Oak Ridge5May 25
Jared WileyTETemple3May 26
Jake SmithWRNotre Dame Preparatory (Ariz.)4June 3
Peter MpagiDEGeorge Ranch3June 16
Chris AdimoraSMayfair (Calif.)4July 1
Marques CaldwellCBAlvin3July 7
Marcus Tillman Jr.OLBJones (Fla.)3July 28
Javonne ShepherdOTNorth Forest4July 29
Derrian BrownRBBuford (Ga.)4Sept. 16
Tyler OwensSPlano East4Sept. 24
David GbendaILBKaty Cinco Ranch4Sept. 30
Peyton PowellATHOdessa Permian4Oct. 23
Marcus WashingtonWRTrinity Catholic (Mo.)4Oct. 26
Myron WarrenDEMany (La.)3Nov. 19
Jacoby JonesDEButler C.C.3Nov. 21

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