- Varsity Preps South Prospects – Class of 2020-21 – List changes as new talent is found all over the south.
- Varsity Preps South Prospects – Class of 2019 – List changes as new talent is found all over the south.
- Varsity Preps South Prospects – Class of 2018 – List changes as new talent is found all over the south.
- 2017 Spotlight – Justin Korakakos Dr. Krop High School Miami, FL
- Road To The Dome – Never Give Up – Noah Fontenot 2017 LB St Thomas More – Louisiana
- Explosive, Speedy Camden Fairview (AR) RB Chris Hargraves (239C/1789Yds/18TDs)
- Start of a New Era Vol. 1 – Boys of the Boot Class of 2019 – New Comers
- Varsity Spotlight-2018 G/T 6’2 260 Tyler Hendricks – Catholic High, Baton Rouge
- Ryan Malbrough C/O 2018 Spotlight
- Rising Prospect for 2018 – WR/QB Jaylin Williams – Donaldsonville High School – Louisiana
Meet 2014 DE/OLB Darian Yancey in Coach Warren’s Q&A Huddle
- Updated: March 25, 2013
2014 DE/OLB Darian Yancey 6-2 215, Auburn High School, Auburn AL
Coach Warren: School location, is playing closer to home a big deal?
DY: It’s not a big deal at all. No matter where I decide to go, in the end that decision will be what’s best for me and my family.
Coach Warren: Early playing time, is that important?
DY: It plays a factor but with my work ethic, when it’s all over with I will leave my mark and shine.
Coach Warren: Have you been invited to any Jr Days or Combines?
DY: I’ve been invited to Tennessee, Auburn, and LSU’s Junior Day. I also got invited to the NFTC.
Coach Warren: Who are you receiving mail from? Who’s recruiting you?
DY: So far I’ve received mail from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Georgia State, Southern Miss, Tennessee, LSU, UK, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Georgia Tech, Indiana, and Troy. Recruiting wise Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Southern Miss, South Alabama, and Georgia State have shown the most interest and I’ve received a full scholarship to South Alabama and Jacksonville St.
Coach Warren: Favorites? What stands out about your favorites?
DY: I admire the way Alabama, LSU, and Tennessee play. LSU has an incredible passion about themselves.
Coach Warren: Will you take all your official visits?
Coach Warren: Will you graduate early?
DY: Yes, I wanna be able to adjust fast and early to the college of my choice.
Coach Warren: Post-season accolades? Stats? All-Star games?
DY: 47 tackles
37 solo tackles
22 tackles for a loss
Coach Warren: Any unofficial visits
DY: None yet
Coach Warren: What schools are you interested in?
DY: Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Auburn, LSU, Southern Miss, UK, and South Alabama, Jacksonville St. and in other school that shows interest in me.
Coach Warren: What schools have offered you?
DY: South Alabama and Jacksonville St.
Coach Warren: What are your camp plans for the summer?
DY: Go to any camps I can and outshine everybody. Be the best.
Coach Warren: What camps did you attend last summer?
DY: I went to Troy, UAB, and a NUC
Coach Warren: What will be the determining factor in choosing your school?
DY: The environment, and just the overall school and how they will help me get to where I need to get.
Coach Warren: Are you qualified academically?
DY: Yes, I work just as hard as I do in the weight room.
Coach Warren: What areas do you need to improve on this summer?
DY: Everything, there’s never a moment when I can’t get better.
GPA – 3.34
40 – 4. 67
Shuttle – 4.16
Vertical – 32
Coach Warren’s Evaluation
Darian has a quick first step and plays with a low pad level as a DE. His high motor and football IQ could easily allow him to transition into a OLB position. At DE or OLB Darian will be great addition to any program.