Fantasy Summary

Smooth skater who makes an excellent first pass, Warren is efficient in transition and makes great passes once in the offensive zone. If he gets secondary power play time at the next level his offensive potential could jump.


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February 2021 – Warren is back at Boston College for his sophomore season, where he currently has six points in 15 games. Points have never been his calling card; his focus should be continuing to develop his puck-moving and defensive abilities. Sam Happi

June 2019 – The defender out of the USNTDP fell in the draft more than most expected being selected 166th overall in the NHL Draft. Warren is an excellent skater with phenomenal edge work. His ability to skate himself out of trouble often goes unnoticed. Despite his lack of size for a blue liner, he is not afraid to engage physically. Warren’s ability to get up to speed quickly is an asset he uses in the defensive zone to stay in good position against larger opponents. His high top-end speed allows him to break away from players in the neutral zone. Warren’s shot is effective and accurate, with added strength and some physical maturity it could become a serious weapon for creating chances and rebounds down low. The young American’s strength in the offensive zone is his ability to skate the blue line and feather good passes to his teammates. Despite the talent to play on the power play, he was limited there because of being on a stacked USNT U18 team. He could get a greater opportunity at the NCAA level as he grows into the college game at Boston College. Tony Ferrari