CAREER GAMES/STARTS - 24/10
2008 - Games/Starts: 12/1 ... Caught 10 passes for 85 yards in debut season for Vols ... Best outing was 48 receiving yards on a pair of receptions against UAB ... Included was career long catch and run of 42 yards in fourth quarter ... Added multiple reception games against Florida and Alabama ... Started his first game in a Tennessee uniform, against UCLA in Rose Bowl.
2007 - Left Florida State in February of 2007 and enrolled at Pellissippi State Community College.
2006 - Games/Starts: 12/9 ... As first-year player at Florida State, named Sporting News All-ACC Freshman tight end ... Led all FSU tight ends in receptions ... Averaged 10.8 yards per catch, hauling in 28 balls for 301 yards and one touchdown ... Missed Boston College game due to hip injury ... Other three non-starts were when offense opened in formation without TE ... One of just three true freshmen to start at skill position in 2006.
HIGH SCHOOL - Rated five-star player and No. 1 overall prospect in state of Tennessee by Rivals.com ... Also played defense in high school and ranked as Rivals.com's No. 2 weak-side defensive end in class of 2006 ... Four-star player and No. 7 tight end in nation according to Scout.com ... Named to PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team ... Named 20th overall prospect and No. 1 tight end on ESPN 150 for 2006 ... Knoxville News Sentinel PrepXtra Defensive Player of Year in 2005 after tallying 83 tackles and 14 sacks from his defensive end position ... Also named News Sentinel's 2004 Sophomore of the Year ... Two-time first team all-state by Tennessee Sports Writers Association after helping lead Alcoa to back-to-back state championships ... Enjoyed outstanding senior season that saw him record 614 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns.
COACH AT ALCOA HIGH SCHOOL - Gary Rankin.
COACH AT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY - Bobby Bowden.
BORN - July 18, 1987.
2006 Freshman All-ACC Sporting News
|BRANDON WARREN CAREER STATISTICS|
|Warren has two career kickoff returns at Tennessee for 34 yards (career long 18 vs. Florida 2008).|
*Warren played the 2006 season at Florida State.