With all apologies to jam enthusiasts out there; with a name like "Warrior," he's got to be good, right? Throw in being the son of a former NFL great (Former Kansas City Chief Dale Carter) and you've got a pretty darn good combination. Ohio State must think so because they were the first school to offer Westlake (Atlanta, Georgia) 2016 defensive back Nigel Warrior.
"That offer means Ohio State believed in my ability, before anyone else," Warrior told Eleven Warriors. "I'd never thought they'd be the first. I grew up watching Ohio State, the SEC, Texas; they were all my favorites. I don't know much about Ohio State, but I want to learn more."
A 6-foot-1, 177 pound safety, Warrior says the Buckeyes were impressed by his ability to step into the play.
"Coach Kerry Coombs is who came by," he said of Ohio State's visit. "He said he liked how I get downhill and that he liked my footwork. I'm working hard and it's paying off but there is a lot more to do."
The Atlanta product says he's got plans to visit Columbus this summer.
"Yes, and I'm really looking forward to it," he said when asked if he'd try to check out the Buckeyes. "They are constantly good, had an undefeated season two years ago and have great coaches and always have great players."