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An honorable mention All-ACC selection at center … A go-getter who works hard and gives you his best each snap … Started all 13 games … Saw action on 815 offensive snaps, grading out at 84 percent with 54 knockdowns.
2010: Handled all the snaps in six of the team’s first seven games … Had a team-leading seven knockdown blocks against ECU … Added four more at Boston College … Played every offensive snap and contributed six knockdowns in the win at NC State … Had six more knockdowns during 70 snaps against Wake Forest … Picked up four knockdowns in the GT game and four more at UNC … Registered five knockdowns against Virginia.
2009: Went the distance at center against Alabama and collected a pair of knockdown blocks … Helped clear the way for 444 yards rushing yards against Marshall … Worked every snap against Nebraska and Miami with two knockdown blocks in each game … Also went the distance in the Duke game … Had a pair of knockdowns against BC and picked up two more at Georgia Tech … Played 42 snaps with two knockdowns before leaving the UNC game with a knee injury … Sat out the ECU and Maryland games … Was cleared for the NC State game, but was held out of action … Returned to the starting lineup for the Virginia game and played 60 snaps with four knockdown blocks … Started in the Chick-fil-A Bowl game against Tennessee … Bench pressed 375 pounds and had a 500-pound back squat during off-season testing.
2008: Saw five plays on offense in the Furman game … Picked up three snaps against Georgia Tech and one at UNC … Came in for a snap against Maryland … Played 34 snaps against Duke when starter Ryan Shuman was sidelined by an ankle injury … Picked up a knockdown block during that contest … Played a total of 44 snaps … Had a personal-best 346-pound jerk and 331-pound clean during spring testing … Won the Frank O. Moseley Award as the offensive player who showed the most hustle during the off-season and spring practice.
2007: Made the dress squad as the No. 2 center … Saw action on six snaps against Ohio … Got 31 snaps during the William & Mary game … Ended up playing 37 plays at center against BC after starter Ryan Shuman was injured … Made his first start at Georgia Tech and played every offensive snap … Started and played all 78 snaps against Florida State … Saw brief action in the Miami game … Picked up a lot of reps at center during the spring.
2006: Practiced at tight end while redshirting during the fall … Turned in the third-best NFL Shuttle run time among the offensive linemen at 4.37 seconds … Made the move to center when spring practice opened.
High School: A three-year letterman as an offensive tackle for Coach Mike Skinner at Centreville … Named first-team AAA all-state by both The Associated Press and the Virginia High School Coaches Association as an offensive tackle … Rated the No. 55 offensive guard in the country by rivals.com … Rated the No. 73 offensive lineman in the country by
scout.com … Ranked the No. 23 player in the state by The Roanoke Times in its postseason list … Rated the No. 20 player in Virginia by SuperPrep … Listed as the No. 23 player in his state by rivals.com in its final state ranking … An All-Atlantic Region selection by PrepStar … Was a two-time all-district and all-region selection … Named the team’s most outstanding offensive lineman as a senior … An honorable mention all-Metro pick by The Washington Post … Lettered two years in lacrosse.
Personal: Beau Louis Warren … Born 12/31/87 in Fairfax, VA … Son of Don and Irene Warren … Brother of former Hokies Brett and Blake Warren … Dad played 14 years in the NFL for the Washington Redskins … Is working on an undergraduate degree in German … A 2009 graduate who already holds undergraduate degrees from Tech in psychology and sociology.