UNC Football Recruiting: Tar Heels Offer Ramadi Warren

Yesterday, head coach Larry Fedora of the North Carolina Tar Heels made an offer to three-star running back Ramadi Warren. It was the first major offer that Warren received.

CHAPEL HILL, NC – NOVEMBER 10: Detail view of a North Carolina Tar Heels helmet before a game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets during play at Kenan Stadium on November 10, 2012 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

He has a list of two schools, both of whom have made offers to Warren, including the Tar Heels, but he considered the offer from North Carolina to be his first major offer.

His other offer is from Arkansas State. He is unclear on if that offer still stands as well because of the lack of communication.

Warren is a three-star running back from Memphis, Tennessee. He is 5’9″, 187 pounds. His size is perfect to get around big heavy linemen, and he is loaded with speed.

Coach Walt Bell was very impressed with Warren’s tape and called him to make the offer Thursday before he spoke with Coach Fedora.

As a junior in high school, he rushed for 1,031 yards and scored 20 touchdowns on 112 carries. He ran 9.2 yards per-carry.

Warren has some slight interest in Ole Miss, but has only attended one football game their unofficially. He hopes to hear from the Rebels soon!

Topics: Football, North Carolina Tar Heels, Ole Miss Rebels, Ramadi Warren

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