Jay Warren
Jay  Warren


Navarre, FL

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195


Exercise Science and Health Promotion


Football Turned in a Balanced Work Day

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Football Loses Season Finale to Old Dominion 31-28

Whitehead Returns Punt for Touchdown in Loss


Football Loses in Waning Seconds at Middle Tennessee

Owls play host to ODU, noon Saturday


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Owls Host WKU this Saturday


Football Loses Shula Bowl 38-10

Owls will return to action at home Oct. 18 vs. Western Kentucky


FAU Football 2014 Spring Practice

FAU Football 2014 Spring Practice

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2014: Led the team with 14 carries and 77 yards in the season opener at No. 22 Nebraska...longest run of the game was 14 yards...in the second week of action versus No. 2 Alabama, he carried nine times for 56 yards, including his longest carry of the game 31 yards....led all ball carriers with 63 yards in FAU's 50-21 season home opening victory Sept. 13...set a new season high with a 33 yarder in the game...added a 15-yard reception...tallied his firsts 100+ yard game of the season and second of his career, with 108 yards for an average of 4.9 yards per carry in FAU's 20-19 loss at Wyoming...his second start of the season in the UTSA game...tallied a team high 73 yards on 14 carries...his longest run of the day was an 18 yarder...added one catch for three yards...second on the team with 58 rushing yards on 11 carries at FIU...longest of the game was a 31-yard run that resulted in the Owls only touchdown...added a five-yard catch...carried the ball twice and gained six yards at No. 23 Marshall...drew the start at Middle Tennessee...ran the ball 26 of the team's 41 carries...tallied 95 yards with a long of 22 yards and an average of 3.7 yards per carry...finished the season with 10 carries in the ODU game for a total of 35 yards and a TD...longest carry of the day was a 13 yarder...ended his 2014 campaign with a team leading 571 yards on 121 attempts for a 4.7 yards per carry average.

2013: Had a breakout freshman season, appearing in 10 games with a total 340 rushing yards...had a career high 18 rushes for 105 yards against Southern Miss, longest rush of the game being 33 yards...also broke double digits in carries against Marshall and New Mexico State with 10 for 55 yards and 14 for 61 yards respectively...had a touchdown against UAB where he also put up his longest rush of the season at 47 yards.

High School: Played for Jay Walls at Navarre High School where he earned second team All-State as well as All-Area honors as a senior...named the Big School Player of the Year and the Offensive Player of the Year...rushed for 1,831 yards, scored 19 touchdowns is final campaign on 233 carries...tallied five games with more than 200 rushing yards as a senior...was credited with 71 receiving yards and 45 tackles. The Pensacola News Journal named him the Player of the Year...is a two-sport athlete (football and weightlifting).

Personal: Exercise science and health promotion major who is the son of Vince and Deborah Warren...born in Fort Walton, Beach, FL.

Career Statistics


Game-by-Game Rushing and Receiving
2013: East Carolina (2-7, Rec: 2-14); USF (2-3, Rec: 1-8); Middle Tennessee (6-27); Rice (3-7, Rec: 1-10); UAB (7-59, 1 TD); Marshall (10-55); Auburn (3-1); Southern Miss (18-105); New Mexico State (14-61, 1 TD); FIU (6-15)
2014: Nebraska (R: 14-77); Alabama (R: 9-56, Rec: 1-3); Tulsa (R: 13-63); Wyoming (22-108); UTSA (R:14-75, Rec: 1-3); FIU (R: 11-58 1 TD, Rec: 1-5); Marshall (2-6); Middle Tennessee (26-95); Old Dominion (R: 10-35 1 TD)

Career Game Highs
Carries: 26 at Middle Tennessee (11/22/14)
Rushing Yards: 108 at Wyoming (9/20/14)
Touchdowns: 1 3X
Longest Rush: 47 UAB (10/5/13)
Receptions: 2 East Carolina (9/5/13)
Longest Reception: 15 Tulsa (9/13/14)

2014 Season Game Highs
Carries: 26 at Middle Tennessee (11/22/14)
Rushing Yards: 108 at Wyoming (9/20/14)
Touchdowns: 1 FIU (10/2/14) and ODU (11/29/14)
Longest Carry: 33 Tulsa (9/13/14)
Receptions: 1 at Nebraska (9/6/14) and Tulsa (9/13/14)
Longest Receptions:15 Tulsa (9/13/14)