Back in March, T.J. Warren announced that he would be transferring from Missouri. Now, the former Tigers linebacker has decided on his new school.
Warren announced on Twitter on Thursday that he will transfer to Murray State to play the final two seasons of his college career.
After a long process of talking to schools, I would like to thank everyone that gave me a chance. After that being said I would be attending @racersfootball for the next two years. #NEXTHERO19#ACCE1ER8. Journey far from over.💰🙏🏾 🎥: @k_morris4576 pic.twitter.com/bYxuwXcqW0
— T.J. Warren #⃣2️⃣ (@savage_teejayy) May 17, 2018
Warren played two seasons at Missouri, totaling 35 tackles and an interception over 12 career games. He switched from cornerback to linebacker prior to the 2017 season.
“After a long process of praying and talking to mom,” Warren wrote when he announced his decision to transfer,”I have decided to transfer from the University of Missouri. I would always love the people and make connections with some important people. I will always love the brothers I made here over the years. I will definitely miss running on Faurot Field.
“The fans are amazing and I was truly bless to play in front of them. I will always have a place in my heart for the Missouri Tigers.”