WATCH: Tennessee TE commit Jacob Warren pulls down marvelous one-hander in HS game
Tennessee tight end commit Jacob Warren snagged an incredible one-handed catch on Thursday night in a high school football game.
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Warren, who attends Knoxville’s Farragut High School, brought down an incredible grab in traffic during a game against Hardin Valley Academy, another local Knoxville high school.
Warren committed to the Volunteers on May 24 with offers from Auburn, Oklahoma State, Mississippi State and Oregon, just to name a few, in addition to the offer he received from UT.
A 3-star prospect, the 6-foot-6 Warren is rated as the nation’s No. 31 tight end in the class of 2018, according to the 247Sports Composite.
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The video below of the catch was posted by ESPN college football writer Chris Low:
Odell Beckham’s got nothing on @FarragutFB’s @jwarren808. pic.twitter.com/F4MWnpG2Ou
— Chris Low (@ClowESPN) October 26, 2017
Here are a couple of other angles, courtesy of Knoxville CBS affiliate WVLT’s Rivalry Thursday Twitter account:
@SCTop10 Jacob Warren snags a Beautiful single handed catch for Farragut! pic.twitter.com/mra4cMwHBV
— RIVALRY THURSDAY (@rivalrythursday) October 27, 2017
And if there are any Vols fans out there wondering if Warren will be sticking with Tennessee as the future looks uncertain, check out this video below (posted on Twitter by Volquest’s Austin Price):
With the all the turmoil at Tennessee, commitment @jwarren808 doesn’t flinch. Message loud and clear! pic.twitter.com/YHgZ0cS18L
— Austin Price (@AustinPriceless) October 25, 2017