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3-star OL Caleb Warren commits to Ole Miss

The in-state product becomes the 4th offensive lineman to join the 2019 class.

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Matt Luke and Co. have been busy, busy hosting recruits and commits at their Ole Miss Football Elite Camps this summer. Week after week, dozens and dozens of prospects make their way to Oxford, Miss. and workout and meet coaches, looking for a chance to be discovered and to receive a scholarship offer.

Well, Caleb Warren was discovered AND received an offer from Matt Luke and offensive line coach Jack Bicknell. And now he has ended his recruitment with a verbal commitment to the Rebels.

The Nanih Waiya Attendance Center offensive lineman has already received offers from Arkansas State, Central Arkansas, Louisiana-Lafayette, and Louisiana-Monroe. And most expect that offer sheet to continue to grow after his camp performance at the Manning Center this month. He is yet to be ranked in the position rankings by 247Sports, but you can expect him to create quite the buzz around the state with his mauling play up front and his camp performances around the Southeast.

Warren joins the ever-growing MONSTER 2019 linemen class that includes:

  • Nick Broeker - 6’6, 283
  • Carter Colquitt - 6’5, 300
  • Bryce Ramsey - 6’2, 346

How does he fit in?

The Louisville, Miss. native is a large individual. At 6’5 and 319-pounds, Warren is a prototypical guard who doesn’t mind getting down and dirty and erasing folks who get in his way. The Winston County interior lineman does his best work at close-range, punching defensive linemen at the point of attack and moving them wherever he so pleases.

Although he’s certainly got the length and the frame to contribute at the SEC level, Nanih Waiya Attendance Center is a 1A school and the competition he is destroying with ease isn’t exactly Power 5 level. But, after a year in a weightroom and shedding a little bit of that high school baby weight, he could be ready to step in on the interior and be a SEC lineman, eventually replacing Jordan Sims and Javon Patterson once they depart after 2018.