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TCU loses a top commit one day after a Big 12 rival offers

Amon G. Carter Stadium, home to TCU football.
Amon G. Carter Stadium, home to TCU football.

Three-star defensive lineman Myron Warren (Many, La.) announced that he was decommitting from TCU on Tuesday.

Warren announced his decision via Twitter.

“I’d like to thank Coach Patterson and especially Coach Sharp for giving me the opportunity to play for TCU. I really appreciate them for seeing my ability to play great football. However, I feel like I have to follow another path. I have to follow my dream and because of this I have decided to announce that I am de committing from TCU.”

Warren originally chose the Frogs in May over several major programs. He recently picked up offers from Tennessee and Texas.

The 6-foot-3, 240-pound Warren is rated as the No. 39 strongside defensive end in the country and No. 24 player in Louisiana.

TCU currently has 17 commitments in 2019, and ranks No. 29 overall and third in the Big 12.

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