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Name: Powers Warren (Transfer from Mississippi State)
College: Michigan State     Number: 88
Height: 6-3   Weight: 235
Position: TE  Pos2: FB/H-back
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.86
   40 Time: 4.96
  40 High: 5.05
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Height: 6026
Weight: 235

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...Transfer from Mississippi State

 Powers Warren, Michigan State, Player News

  Powers Warren, a tight end from Mississippi State who is the son of Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren, has transferred to Michigan State. Warren confirmed the move Sunday on Twitter. The 6-foot-3, 245-pound Warren appeared in six games for the Bulldogs from 2018-19, after redshirting as a true freshman in 2017. Warren is from Minnetonka, Minnesota. Warren is the 17th player to sign or commit to Michigan State since the end of last season, following Ronald Williams, a cornerback from Alabama who announced his commitment last week. The Spartans have seen 25 players leave the program through the transfer portal. - Detroit News

(DS#999 TE) Sr/2022 TE Powers WarrenMichigan State
News Source: Detroit News
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  Eighteen Mississippi State players have left the program in some form or fashion since Mike Leach became coach of the Bulldogs in January. Junior wide receiver Powers Warren became the latest to leave Thursday after he reportedly entered the transfer portal. Warren, who played at Minnetonka High School in Minnesota, only appeared in six games at Mississippi State. This was his fourth season. Fifteen of the 18 departed players are gone for good. Only three - safety Marcus Murphy, cornerback Tyler Williams and defensive tackle Nathan Pickering - could come back next season after opting out of the remainder of the 2020 season. - The Dispatch

(DS#999 TE) Sr/2022 TE Powers WarrenMichigan State
News Source: The Dispatch
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