Found April 17, 2014 on College Spun:
Texas redshirt freshman Jacorey Warrick, one of the top wide receiver recruits in the nation a year ago, played sparingly last season. Judging by the below video, that will change in 2014. Warrick (No. 11) showed some incredibly shifty moves during a simple wideout vs. defensive back tackling drill earlier this week. Warrick used both a spin move and a side-step. Against players other than Warrick, the defense did a nice job. Charlie Strong & Co. are probably hoping that Warrick can do this against opposing defenders – not just his own.
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