Deion Sanders Flips 4-Star Recruit De’Jahn Warren From Georgia................
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Deion Sanders wasted no time on his first signing day nabbing one of the top JuCo players in the country away from the Georgia Bulldogs. According to 247Sports, De’Jahn Warren of Lackawanna Community College is a four-star composite player, No. 1 among JuCo cornerbacks and No. 2 in the JuCo ranks overall. He's now headed to Jackson State with Prime Time...

“After given the chance, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to be coached amongst the greats,” Warren said in an Instagram video, announcing his decision. “With over 45 years of experience, I think I found the home for me. Without any further adieu, I’m ready to party at JSU. I’m committed to Jackson State University. Get ready.”
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UGA is hardly alone in getting screwed by a Subway pitchman.
Reply4 months
More hbcus will take athletes away from the big boys. It's the next thing.
Reply4 months
Stop hating on young kids. This is their special day. If you had their skills and opportunities, you are going make a business decision that fit you, not someone’s else opinion. He is going play for one of the NFL’s best shutdown CB that is in the Hall of Fame. Case Closed.
Reply4 months
Dumb. Deion will jump jobs in 18 months max.
Reply4 months
SMU 2.0 coming our way in 3-4 years!
Reply4 months
"coached amongst the greats". Jesus who proofreads for these kids. They make out like this is the biggest announcement of their lives. You'd think sounding somewhat intelligent would be on the to do list.
Reply4 months
Ok I see what you’re saying but look at it like this. These kids are some of the best athletes in the country, right? So, think about some of the top kids who are the best academically, you wouldn’t be surprised if most couldn’t throw the football 20yds, right? Sure some could and some recruits can write well, but they spend time on what matters to their goals in life. If anything make fun of our educational system. Y’all remember how Shaq was shy af, people thought he was “dumb” and had an issue with stuttering? But look at him now.
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