Top 5 signees ready to make immediate contributions for BYU and Utah
5. Fred Warner, OLB, 6-foot-3, 210 pounds »6 of 12 «
Warner starred for Mission Hills High School and was courted by big-time programs, including USC, very late in the process. The Cougars hung on to his commitment and he signed as one of the top prospects of the 2014 class.
Warner's film shows great explosion off the line and more than adequate lateral movement to make an immediate contribution as a true freshman. Like Cook, he'll be afforded a lot of opportunity given the open spots at outside linebacker heading into next season.
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