New BYU Football Commit: Troy Warner (Class of 2016)

Troy Warner is the 15th commit for BYU’s football Class of 2016. He is a 6’2” 185 pound 4-star safety who was originally committed to Oregon but de-committed from the Ducks in late August. He joins his brother, sophomore linebacker Fred Warner at BYU.  He tweeted tweeted out his commitment on September 16, 2015.

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Troy Warner, photo credit: 360 studios

Warner preps at Mission Hills High School, where as a junior (2014) he was the only underclassman on the CIF San Diego section first team (Division 1) and was also first team All Avocado-East League. He also plays basketball and runs track (long jump, high jump, 400m) for Mission Hills.

Warner was rated 4-stars by Rivals, Scout, and ESPN (grade of 82). Rivals list him as the No. 23 safety prospect nationally while Scout have his as the No. 6 safety in the west. Warner holds scholarship offers from Arizona, Boston College, BYU, Cal, Nevada, Notre Dame, Oregon, San Diego State, San Jose State, Stanford, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt, and Washington State. He was also recruited by Arizona State, Colorado, Northwest, Oregon State, USC, and Washington.

Hometown: San Marcos, California High School: Mission Hills
Last Team: Mission Hills HT/WT: 6’3”, 251 lbs.
Position: Safety 40 time: 4.65
Profiles: MaxPreps, HUDL Bench/Squat:  
Twitter: @TroWarner Vertical:  
Rivals: (4 / 5)
Scout: (4 / 5)
ESPN: (4 / 5)
Average: (4 / 5)
Offers: Arizona, Boston College, BYU, Cal, Nevada, Notre Dame, Oregon, San Diego State, San Jose State, Stanford, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt, and Washington State

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