Bears agreed to terms with Jacksonville State DB De’Jahn Warren

Bears agreed to terms with Jacksonville State DB De’Jahn Warren

by - Senior Editor -

The Chicago Bears have added another player to their roster, signing cornerback De’Jahn Warren to an undrafted free agency deal.

The news was confirmed by Warren himself, who announced the signing on social media.

Warren played college football at Jackson State, where he was an impactful player for the Tigers. He started his collegiate career at Lackawanna College, where he was named a Junior College All-American during his freshman year.

As the No. 1 overall JUCO prospect in the country in 2019, he had offers from top programs like Penn State, Alabama, and Oklahoma, among others.

In 2020, Warren flipped his commitment from the University of Georgia to Jackson State, where he spent his last three years of eligibility under the tutelage of head coach Deion Sanders.

During his time with the Tigers, Warren played in a total of 24 games and was a starter in six of those games.

Warren’s performance during his collegiate career caught the attention of NFL scouts, who saw in him the potential to become a pro player.

At the HBCU Legacy Bowl and Jackson State’s Pro Day, Warren showcased his speed and athleticism, clocking in at a 4.36 to 4.48 seconds 40-yard dash time.

The Bears' decision to sign Warren as an undrafted free agent shows that they see potential in him as a player. While the odds may be against him, let's see how it unfolds and it he can stick on the roster.

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