Texas DE picks up more offers

Junior to Watch: Justin Warren
School: Tyler (Texas) Robert E. Lee
Position: Defensive End
Size and Speed: Justin Warren is 6–foot-4 and 220 pounds. He has a 40-yard dash time of 4.51 seconds.
Statistics: He had 78 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, six sacks, caused one fumble, batted three passes down and broke up two in coverage on zone blitzes.
Honors: He was named his team's defensive most valuable player and outstanding defensive lineman. In his area and state he was named first team all-district, all-east Texas and honorable mention all-state.
Favorite Schools: If he were to visit today, his visits would be to:
Texas A&M - "The same as Texas only with 100,000 screaming fans."
Tennessee - "The stadium and the crowd are legendary. I want to visit the facilities and learn about them."
Texas - "The tradition, location and academic reputation are awesome."
Louisiana State - "The TV games show a good program and fan base and I want to learn more about them too."
He had offers from "LSU, Texas Tech, Baylor, and Colorado." He just added offers from Kansas and Vanderbilt to his list of schools that have offered him.
He is hearing from Texas, Kansas State, Texas A&M, Texas Christian, Arizona, Southern Mississippi, Missouri, Boston College, Iowa, Southern Methodist, Auburn and others.
"Texas is recruiting the hardest of the school that haven't offered and A&M is probably the favorite at this point."
However: His dream school would be Tennessee.
Skinny: "My speed off the ball is my distinct advantage over my opponents."
He described himself as: "110% motor and a renegade on the field."
He compares his style of play to Jason Taylor of Miami.
"Distance will not be a factor, as my decision depends on if I feel like at home at the school and I like a small town environment. The academic curriculum and reputation will matter as well as the size of the stadium."
He plans to attend school camps at Texas A&M, Texas and the Rivals camp.
He would like to major in kinesiology.
He has set his sports goals for next season as a state championship, a district championship and then personal goals of 12 sacks, 100 tackles and 15 tackles for loss.
He benches 265 pounds, squats 430 pounds, and he has a 32 inch vertical leap and a 2.75 core GPA.