Mississippi State TE Powers Warren announces transfer destination
Mississippi State TE Powers Warren has landed on his new program. He has committed to play at Michigan State, according to a social media announcement.
“Blessed to have made it to my new Home!,” he tweeted.
The 6-foot-3 and 245-pounder from Minnetonka, Minnesota, who is the son of Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren, has only appeared in six games since he joined the Bulldogs as a freshman in 2017.
Warren entered the transfer portal in November during a flurry of portal moves by several Bulldogs. The most notable name in that group was star Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill, who opted out in October and set his sights on preparation for the 2021 NFL Draft.
Here’s the rest of his Mississippi State bio:
Prepped at Minnetonka High School under head coach Dave Nelson … As a senior, caught 28 passes for 507 yards and two touchdowns … Helped the Skippers to the quarterfinals of the Minnesota State High School League Class AAAAAA state playoffs … Committed to MSU on May 23, 2017.
Born Powers Fullbright Warren on Nov. 24, 1998, in Kansas City, Kansas … Parents are Greta and Kevin Warren … Father, Kevin, is the former Chief Operating Officer of the Minnesota Vikings and current commissioner of the Big Ten Conference … Has one sibling, Peri … Nickname is “Powow” … Majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in sports studies.
— Powers Warren (@PowersWarren88) May 16, 2021