BYU Basketball added an experienced guard to its roster as Westminster (Salt Lake City, UT) guard Brandon Warr announced his transfer to BYU.
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On to the next chapter ⚪️ #GoCougs . . . . I want to thank Westminster for giving me such an amazing college experience and I am grateful for all my teammates, coaches and staff. I’ve decided to play out the rest of my college basketball career at BYU! Couldn’t be more excited!
A 6-foot-5 guard, Warr was a 3-year starter and All-RMAC 2nd Team at the D2 level last year. He averaged 15.3 points and 8.9 rebounds per game last season on 43% shooting from the floor and 37% 3-point shooting. Warr is a senior and must redshirt this season due to NCAA transfer rules; he will be eligible to play in the 2021-2022 season. Warr played versus one D1 team last season, scoring 11 points and grabbing 6 boards versus UVU.
Warr will have a lot of competition to crack the rotation when he is eligible, but he will have one year in the program and three years of college experience with proven performance under his belt.
Warr will be a walk-on and won’t count against BYU’s scholarship limit. With Warr on-board, BYU’s roster appears to be set for the 2020-2021 season. We profiled BYU’s 13 scholarship players and 4 walk-ons last week.
There’s not many Westminster highlight tapes out there, but you can watch this TikTok video Brandon made that has 30M views.