Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Bob Gaddis
Position
Primary Position Offensive Guard
Secondary Positions OT, DT
team
Wins Losses
30 11
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Vertical jump Wingspan
145 lbs - 6 ft

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Columbus East High School
School City
Columbus
School State
IN
Guidance Counselor
Kristin Schuetz
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
-
School Size
1543
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
6A Football
Major Category
Engineering
Major
Aerospace, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineer
Major Category
Engineering
Major
Mechanical Engineering
Other Academic Information
Member of the CEHS National Honors Society.
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Personal


First Name
Donivan
Last Name
Warren
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Province
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
5'11"
Weight
250
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I love the game of football and have no desire to stop playing. I am a hard-working athlete. I am a trustworthy individual. I will play what positions the coaching staff want or need me to play. I am not above playing practice squad and scout team. I know it is an important part of a successful football program at any level.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

On the field, I will take charge of varsity halftime stretches and work to keep the sideline in the game, even if it appears all hope is lost. In Junior Varsity (JV) games I work and lead the offensive linemen through our warmups and groups before we warm us as a team. I work to keep our sideline positive even in games like the 2019 Columbus East High School vs Columbus North High School JV contest where we lost 28-0. I've been told by teammates I bring a positive energy to the team both in practices and in games.

Off the field, I have been a leader in my Boy Scout Troop. I have been elected to the positions of Senior Patrol Leader (SPL), Patrol Leader (PL), and I've been appointed as Assistant Senior Patrol Leader (ASPL), Quartermaster, Chaplains Aide, Assistance Patrol Leader (APL). The positions of SPL, PL, ASPL, and quartermaster serve on the Troops Patrol Leaders Council (PLC), which is the head of youth leadership in the troop. For further clarification, SPL and ASPL are the 2 highest youth positions, PL and APL are leaders of a group of 4-8 in the troop. Quartermaster is the individual responsible for all troop owned equipment and making sure that all gear is ready for troop events. Chaplains Aide is in charge of leading all religious activities, mainly Chapple on troop outings and the Scout Sunday service.
Further leadership experience outside of football include my sophomore season of unified track where I lead my teammates, worked them to push themselves harder and to improve in practices so we could perform for meets, as well as leading and developing a handful of speed development workouts during the season as part of my Eagle Scout project.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I pursue healthy athletic performance by eating foods that will not negatively affect my performance. I work in the weight room to improve my strength and mental toughness. Other work I do includes making sure I am ready for our opponent by studying film. In practice, I don't take "cheap shots" on my teammates and in games and practice, I play by the rules and work to play the sport as clean as possible.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I am a member of the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 559 from Asbury United Methodist Church in Columbus, and through the BSA I have had the opportunity to serve my community through the Salvation Army, Lions Club, and groups the BSA oversees like the Order of the Arrow. The Order of the arrow in the BSA's national honor society, and prides itself on developing leaders who lead not by giving orders but by example and doing. Other groups that benefit the community I am apart of include the CEHS branch of Key Club, of which upon graduation I will be a 3-year member of. I serve on the CEHS Student Government (what we call our student assembly) and participate in groups like the Unified Track team, which after graduation I will have been a member of all 4 years of high school.

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Blog Posts


Winter off-season (football) / continuing to build (rugby)
February 20, 2020
This morning marked the end of the CEHS Olympians football winter program. Twelve 6 am workouts that were designed to make us both physically and mentally tougher. only 12 of the football players...
Start of Rugby Season (Rugby)
February 11, 2020
Today marks the start of the Columbus Rugby Football Club (CRFC) 2020 season with our first practice. Can't wait to work with my team and fight for a Rugby Indiana HS boys state title. Our 2020...
Winter off-season (Football)
February 5, 2020
Got a great AM work out with the Olympians this morning. Its always a good day when I get to come out and get better with my team.