Prospect Profile: T.J. Warren

Comprehensive look at NBA Draft Prospect T.J. Warren


Birthplace Birthdate Height Weight Position
Raleigh, NC September 5, 1993 6'8" 220 lbs SF

Draft Predictions:

Draft Express Hoops Hype NBA Draft Insider Chad Ford's Big Board
17 24 24 18 18

NBA Combine Stats:

Lane Agility Shuttle Run 3-Quarter Sprint Standing Vertical Max Vertical
11.10 Seconds (Rank: T-15th) 3.04 Seconds (T-23rd) 3.26 Seconds (T-15th) 27.0" (T-46th) 35.5" (T-24th)

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Sophomore Collegiate Stats:

NC State Sophomore 35.4 24.9 52.5 26.7 69.0 7.1 1.1 1.8 2.4

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Highlight Moment:

Warren helped lead an NC State team that was predicted to finish tenth in the Atlantic Coast Conference preseason poll to the NCAA Tournament at the end of the season. The 6-foot-8 small forward propelled his team to the tournament with wins over the University of Miami and No. 11 Syracuse in the ACC tournament – the latter of which being NC State’s biggest upset of the year as the Wolfpack knocked the Orange out of the ACC tournament with a 66-63 victory in the quarterfinals. Warren – who scored at least 13 points in all but one game as a sophomore – posted two of his best games late in the year. On March 3 at Pittsburgh, Warren loaded his stat sheet as he hit 72-percent of his field goals (16-22) en route to a 41-point, 5-rebound, 4-steal, 3-assist night. Just six days later, Warren tallied 42 points on 60-percent shooting (14-23), while adding a season-high 14 free throws in a 78-68 victory over Boston College. Those two games helped solidify Warren’s chase for the ACC Player of the Year award.

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“One of those players that’s not talked about as much, but should be, is the reigning ACC Player of the Year T.J. Warren out of N.C. State. Warren, as an individual, was the most dominant force in one of the toughest conferences in all of college basketball last season, averaging 24.9 points per game and 7.1 rebounds. This young man is a pure scorer that has the ability to take a game over at any moment.” – Jack Jorgensen,

“Traditionally, elite wing scorers on the perimeter are great athletes that score off of their natural ability to get to the basket. With T.J. Warren the norm is broken as he has the ability to score the ball at a high rate without a jump out of the gym athletic nature.” –

“T.J. Warren’s draft stock is on the rise, per league sources. Don’t be surprised if he goes in the teens. He looks like a mid-first rounder.” – Alex Kennedy,

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