Recent Carter Warren Notes
HISTORY — from college bio
2022: Limited to the initial four games of the season due to injury…started each of those four contests at his customary left tackle spot…finished his career with 39 starts and 40 games played...selected to play in the East-West Shrine Bowl all-star game.
2021: Started all 14 games at left tackle…All-ACC (second team)…instrumental up front for an offense that averaged a school-record 41.4 points and 486.6 yards per game…the Panthers ranked third nationally in scoring and eighth in total offense…honored as the ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week for his performance in Pitt’s 27-17 victory over Clemson…Warren, who did not surrender a sack against the Tigers, was Pitt’s highest-graded offensive lineman as the Panthers’ gouged Clemson for 464 yards (302 pass and 162 rush).
2020: Played in nine games, starting the season’s initial eight contests at left tackle…came off the bench to contribute in Pitt’s season finale at Georgia Tech.
2019: On the strength of a productive offseason, seized the left tackle position in training camp and went on to start all 13 contests.
2018: Did not play in any games.
2017: Redshirted as a true freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL: One of New Jersey’s most decorated offensive linemen…first team All-New Jersey…first team All-Group 5…was a fixture at left offensive tackle for Passaic Tech and spearheaded a rushing attack that compiled 2,229 yards (an average of 185.8 yards per game) his senior season…helped lead Passaic Tech to a 9-3 mark and third consecutive North 1, Group 5 championship final…his junior year, Warren blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher in helping his team go 10-2 and win the North 1, Group 5 title…rated the No. 9 overall prospect in New Jersey by ESPN and No. 10 by Rivals and 247Sports…played under Coach Matt Demarest.
Carter Saint Warren, born 1/19/99, is the son of Todd and Lynette Warren…has one sister…has two cousins who played college football: Darnell Carter, who was a linebacker at Virginia (2006-10), and Keith Lumpkin, who was an offensive lineman at Rutgers (2011-15)...earned his bachelor's degree in administration of justice and is pursuing a second major in communication.
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