BYU's Fred Warner Meets with the Houston Texans at the Senior Bowl

Patrick D. Starr

During their week coaching the Senior Bowl, the Houston Texans met with Brigham Young University linebacker Fred Warner. Warner played for the North team and was coached by the Denver Broncos.

For the Cougars in 2017, Warner played in 13 games and had 87 total tackles with 9 tackles for loss. He also registered a sack and an interception on the season. For his career, Warner had 7 interceptions in 49 games to go along with 264 total tackles. His 31.5 tackles for loss over three seasons and 80+ tackles the past two seasons show his productivity as a linebacker.

Warner’s production and coverage skills have put him on NFL teams’ radars, ultimately landing him in Mobile, AL to showcase his abilities at the Senior Bowl.

While at the Senior Bowl, Warner was asked to get out of his comfort zone of playing as a stand-up, edge player and began working in the Denver Broncos 4-3 scheme as a Will linebacker. With his college tape and what he was able to do during the week, Warner has shown that he is adaptable and will be scheme-diverse at the next level.


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