Maryland football will remain in the mix for one of the top junior college prospects in the Class of 2021, as three-star cornerback De’Jahn Warren listed the Terps among his top seven schools Sunday.
Warren, the No. 2 junior college prospect in his class, was set to visit College Park on March 13, but had his visit cancelled a day prior due to recruiting restrictions enacted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The the Maryland native remained steadfast in his interest in potentially playing in his home state, though, including Maryland in his top 11 on March 21.
In his freshman season at Lackawanna Community College, Warren totaled 35 tackles, five interceptions, five blocked kicks and three forced fumbles to earn All-American honors and garner interest from several Power Five programs. Warren would have two seasons of eligibility at his next destination, with a redshirt still available.
The other schools listed in Warren’s top-7 are Oklahoma, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida State and Penn State. Warren announced in May that he’d make his commitment Dec. 14, two days before the start of the early signing period.
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