De’Jahn Warren, a one-time HBCU football National Signing Day steal, is headed to the USFL.
The former Jackson State defensive back has signed a contract with the New Jersey Generals just weeks after he was cut by the Chicago Bears following rookie minicamp. Warren was drafted by the Generals in February.
Warren was the 2020 No.1 junior college prospect in the county coming out of Lackawanna Community College (PA) and was heavily recruited by Georgia, Oklahoma, Penn State, and Tennessee.
He initially committed to Georgia, however, Warren flipped to Jackson State as one of Deion Sanders’ major recruiting wins.
In the 28 games, Warren recorded 51 total tackles, two tackles for loss and one interception over two full seasons in Jackson.