Donald Warnell

6′1″ / 175 lbs
Dickinson, TX
Class of 2020
Rating: 87

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Rating: 86.6

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8 mo ago by Jason Howell
New Offers:WednesdayQB Braden Davis, Middletown (DE) (2022)QB Walker Howard, Lafayette (LA) St. Thomas More (2022)ThursdayWR/ATH Seth Jones, Houston St. Pius (2020) - (Offer Story)RB LJ Johnson Jr, Cy-Fair (2021)OL Trey Zuhn, Fort Collins (CO) Fossil Ridge (2021)Visitors/Campers with offersWR Demond Demas, Tomball (2020) - Texas A&M commit - ThursdayTE Lake McRee, Lake Travis (2021) - WednesdayLB Derrick Harris Jr, New Caney (2021) - WednesdayATH Eric Shaw, Notasulga (AL) Reeltown (2020) - Wednesday, ThursdayQB Jalen Milroe, Katy Tompkins (2021) - ThursdayQB Ty Simpson, Martin (TN) Westview - ThursdayRB Amari Daniels, Miami (FL) Central (2021) - ThursdayWR Latrell Neville, Fort Bend Willowridge (2021) - ThursdayLB Branden Jennings, Jacksonville (FL) Sandalwood - ThursdayCB Josh Eaton, Aldine MacArthurn (2020) - ThursdayS Xavion Alford, Pearland Shadow Creek (2020) - ThursdayQB Eli Stowers, Denton Guyer (2021) - FridayRB Emeka Megwa, Fort Worth Nolan Catholic (2022) - FridayOL Bryce Foster, Katy Taylor (2021) - FridayOL Hayden Conner, Katy Taylor (2021) - FridayOL Donovan Jackson, Bellaire Episcopal (2021) - FridayOL Reuben Fatheree, Richmond Foster (2021) - FridayDE Jordan Thomas, Port Arthur Memorial (2021) - FridayDL Marcus Burris, Texarkana Pleasant Grove (2021) - FridayDB Denver Harris, Galena Park North Shore (2022) - FridayOther visitors of noteQB Kade Renfro, Stephenville (2020) - Wednesday, ThursdayS Princeton Word, Lancaster (2021) - Wednesday, Thursday, FridayWR Billy Bowman Jr, Denton Ryan (2021) - WednesdayWR Theodore Knox, Baton Rouge (LA) Southern Lab - WednesdayQB Ty Thompson, Gilbert (AZ) (2021) - ThursdayRB Brandon Coleman, Pearland (2021) - ThursdayWR John Paul Richardson, Fort Bend Ridge Point (2021) - ThursdayTE Ben Postma, Cy Ranch (2021) - Wednesday, ThursdayOL Kelvin Banks, Humble Summer Creek - ThursdayOL Tobias Braun, Salisbury (CT) Salisbury Academy (2020) - ThursdayOL Monroe Mills, Columbia (MO) Father Tolton (2020) - ThursdayOL Matthew Wykoff, Magnolia (2021) - ThursdayQB Alex Orji, Dallas Bishop Dunne (2022) - FridayWR Deamikkio Nathan, South Grand Prairie (2021) - FridayDL E'maurion Banks, Wichita Falls Rider (2021) - FridayLB Clayton Smith, Texarkana Texas High (2021) - FridayLB Jordan Crook, Dallas Bishop Dunne (2022) - FridayLB Ty Kana, Katy (2022) - FridayCB Donald Warnell, Dickinson (2020) - FridayCB Deuce Harmon, Denton Guyer (2021) - FridayOthers who caught attentionQB Cade Klubnik, Austin Westlake (2022) - Wednesday, ThursdayQB Nate Yarnell, Lake Travis (2021) - WednesdayQB/ATH Hampton Fay, Fort Worth All Saints (2021) - ThursdayNew namesQB Cedric Harden, Duncanville (2023) - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - DE David Hicks, Katy Morton Ranch (2023) - WednesdayLB Martrell Harris, Spring Grand Oaks (2022) - WednesdayNews and NotesLIVE Camp Thread Wednesday RecapThursday Recap Friday RecapCamp Photo Gallery EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FROM CAMP THREAD - WEEK 1Audio InterviewsQB Eli Stowers - (AUDIO)LB Derrick Harris - (AUDIO)ATH Eric Shaw - (AUDIO)LB Clayton Smith - (AUDIO)
8 mo ago by Jason Howell
Friday Camp Recap
StandoutsWithout a doubt Port Arthur Memorial DE Jordon Thomas stood above the rest. He was fast, physical, and he passed the eyeball test with flying colors. The best part is he is still raw, so he has plenty of growth potential. At his size, with his length his speed off the edge was too much for even the best of the best OL (and there were some absolute beasts there today). He takes top honors for me on a big day for the OL/DL. To think what might happen when he develops more counter moves and refines his technique is ridiculous. Texas High 2021 LB Clayton Smith is also way up there after getting a chance to watch him run. He checked in at 6-4, 210 and he can move. He worked with the LBs and the lateral quickness and change of direction were two things I liked a lot when I watched him. He has room to add some good weight and he was a standout throughout drill work. Foster was my favorite among the OL. He's a true interior guy who is just built different from most people. He is stout, powerful, and explosive and those hands knock people down even when he is not trying. Reuben Fatheree would be right there as well. He is still very lean, but the frame and his flexibility is top notch. Donovan Jackson is beyond his years when it comes to technique. He is patient and when he strikes it is effective. Hayden Conner also had a strong day and spent much of his time at LT against the best of the best. to the defensive side Longview 2020 DT Sawyer Goram-Welch, Pleasant Grove 2021 DL Marcus Burris, and Wichita Falls Rider DL E'maurion Banks all flashed at times. Goram-Welch spent most of his time at DT, while Burris and Banks both took reps at DE and DT. QB position had some spice with Denton Guyer 2021 QB Eli Stowers throwing with plenty of velocity, and Dallas Bishop Dunne 2022 QB Alex Orji drawing plenty of attention with his arm and accuracy. LB group was also a strong one. In addition to Clayton, Katy 2022 Ty Kana was strong from sideline-to-sideline and Dallas Bishop Dunne 2022 Jordan Crook is a little undersized but he's as fast as they come. did not get to see much of Emeka Megwa working out but he definitely turned everyone's head when he walked through the door. He is more physically developed than most high school seniors. 2022 North Shore DB Denver Harris was also very much a guy who just does not look like a guy coming off his freshman year. DB, Dickinson's Donald Warnell was one of the biggest and most explosive guy out there, and Denton Guyer 2021 Deuce Harmon is a fast, physical DB, with a stout build.'m sure I'm leaving someone off but these are the guys who jump to mind.Very Intriguing ProspectFrisco Lone Star 2020 standout Toren Pittman checked in at 6-4, 180 and he reminds me a lot of Chattman from a build standpoint. He played OLB for Lone Star last year, but he spent today at S. He is a rangy kid, with a big frame. Offer watchBased off of what I saw I would say Clayton Smith and E'maurion Banks would be at the top of my watch list. If it does not happen today, I won't be surprised to see it happen down the road.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Super Bowl Sunday visitor list
Here it is. Jason and I are still working on confirmations, but this is our early list. We will keep this thread pinned for additions and subtractions. Class of 2020Ft Bend Kempner OL Akinola Ogunbiyi Ft Bend Hightower OL Smart Chibuzo The Woodlands College Park OL Josh Bankhead Navasota OL Jordan Jefferson Tomball WR Demond Demas Ft Bend Marshall QB Malik Hornsby Ft Bend Marshall ATH Devon Achane Stafford OLB Rob Wooten Ft Bend Austin WR Troy Omeire Newton DE James Sylvester Cibolo Steele CB Jaylon Jones North Shore RB Zach Evans North Shore OL Damieon George North Shore LB Corey Flagg North Shore CB Joseph Wilson Trinity Christian CB Dwight McGlothern Shadow Creek S Xavion Alford Mansfield Timberview CB Jalen Kimber Dallas Carter DT Branard Wright Lancaster CB Lorando Johnson Little Elm CB Ryan Watts Cedar Hill ATH Quin Bright Weatherford QB Ken Seals West Mesquite RB Ty Jordan Bastrop Cedar Creek DE Alfred Collins Arlington ATH Jahari Rogers Duncanville ATH Ja'Quinden Jackson Lewisville Hebron S Darius Snow Southlake Carroll DB RJ Mickens Denton Ryan ATH Drew Sanders (OU)Cedar Hill OL Courtland Ford (LSU)A&M Consolidated WR Devin Price Muscle Shoals (AL) LB Jackson Bratton (Alabama)Baton Rouge (LA) DT Jaquelin Roy (LSU)Baton Rouge (LA) ATH Major Burns CyCreek LB Josh White Class of 2021Ft Bend Willowridge WR Latrell Neville Bellaire Episcopal OL Donovan Jackson Richmond Foster OL Reuben Fatheree Ft Bend Ridge Point WR John Paul Richardson Katy Tompkins DE Tunmise Adeleye Katy Tompkins QB Jalen Milroe Dallas Kimball CB Ishmael Ibraheem Mesquite Horn LB Kendrick Blackshire North Shore QB Dematrius Davis North Shore ATH Shadrach Banks Denton Ryan ATH Ja'tavion Sanders Cedar Hill QB Kaidon Salter Cedar Hill WR Jaedon Wilson Lancaster WR Ketron Jackson South Grand Prairie ATH Deamikkio Nathan Virginia Beach (VA) CB Tony Grimes Class of 2022Lewisville WR Armani Winfield South Grand Prairie WR Savion Red Desoto RB Chris Henley
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Sunday recruiting quick hitters
I'll start with the Demond Demas visit to Texas as info has started to come out today. I'm not going to dive into the minutiae of what exactly went down, but I'll just say Tom Herman and company didn't do themselves any all. They communicated some things to Demas that he didn't necessarily agree with and did it in a manner which wasn't received too well. As we've stated before, there are different approaches to recruiting happening in Austin and in College Station. Based on my understanding, the reaction to Texas' pitch this weekend was similar to what DeMarvin Leal experienced both in approach and response. If Demas completely shuts out Texas for a while going forward, I would not be surprised, and the Longhorn staff (and others) would have nobody else to blame but themselves. Dameyune Craig has been in touch with Demond and those around him since yesterday. I'll catch up with defensive end commit Braedon Mowry soon after he wraps up his official, but the information I keep getting makes me really feel like he'll end up on campus for the Maroon & White.I heard OL signee Layden Robinson continues to turn heads with his size, athleticism, and presence. I think the Aggies got a real steal here from a Manvel program that has been very good to A&M. I'll grab some quotes from Layden when he leaves town, as well. It's no secret that the Ags will probably go heavy at corner in 2020. If you listened to my interview yesterday with Dwight McGlothern, you know the Aggie staff is targeting him as a swing corner/safety prospect. I remain confident that Shadow Creek stud Xavion Alford will be offered at safety soon, as well. So, where will the 2020 class go at corner? Some in-state names I think will get heavy looks are Jalen Kimber (who I was told is similar to Marcus Banks but further along in his development) and Lorando Johnson out of the Metroplex, Jaylon Jones at Cibolo Steele, and Donald Warnell down in DIckinson. I also had an east Texas source tell me the Aggies remain interested in Jerrin Thompson out of Lufkin as an option in the defensive backfield.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
TexAgs High School Game of the Week: Dickinson at Pearland
Round 1 of the Texas High School playoffs begin this week, and there's a huge bi-district matchup in south Houston between Dickinson and Pearland. Ryan Brauninger breaks it all down for you in the featured Game of the Week.
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