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Warren to showcase talents for NFL scouts in Largo, Florida

Mar. 30—Former Northeastern State University RiverHawks football player Dimikko Warren is looking for a shot to go the NFL — and he'll have that shot on Sunday, April 7, at St. John's University in Florida.

Warren was with the RiverHawks for three seasons. He transferred from Iowa Central Community College after playing there for two seasons. In 2021, Warren debuted for NSU, playing in eight games. Warren picked up 2.5 sacks during his first season, along with 12 total tackles. Warren's time increased during 2022, playing in all 11 games for NSU with 19 total tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.

Warren's senior season was spent flipping positions. The St. Louis native was used to changing positions after starting as a linebacker before changing into a defensive end. Throughout his senior season, Warren changed from safety to linebacker to defensive end, then back to linebacker, while playing special teams throughout the season.

Despite the constant shift in positions, Warren picked up a career-high 20 tackles, including four tackles for loss.

Warren will have the chance to showcase his talents at St. Peter's in Largo, Florida, in front of NFL scouts.

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