Fred Warner is an American elite football player who plies his trade with the San Francisco 49ers in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Brigham Young University (BYU) and was drafted by the 49ers in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

As a true first-year recruit for BYU, Warner enrolled 24 complete handles, one tackle for misfortune, one block attempt (which was returned for a score), and one pass separation.

Warner ventured into the beginning job as a sophomore, making 67 absolute handles, 11.5 handles for misfortune, four sacks, two captures, and four bungle recuperations. As a lesser, Warner recorded 86 absolute handles, 10.5 handles for misfortune, 1.5 sacks, three capture attempts (returning one for a score), two constrained bobbles, and six pass separations.

As a senior, Warner was named as the group chief and led the team with 87 complete handles, nine handles for misfortune, one sack, alongside one capture, one constrained bumble, one bobble recuperation, and five passes separations.

In four years at BYU, Warner was a three-year starter and enlisted 264 all-out handles, 32 handles for misfortune, 6.5 sacks, seven capture attempts (returning two for scores), five bumble recuperations, three constrained mishandles, and 13 pass separations. His seven vocation capture attempts rank second in school history among linebackers.

Who are Fred Warner’s Parents?

Fred Warner was born Laura Warner and Fred Warner as the oldest of two sons and one daughter. Laura raised her son, Fred Warner, and his siblings as a single mother after going separate ways with Fred Warner (Husband).

Warner’s mothed helped shaped his teenage years by giving him a community, however, Warner grew up as a fan of the Dallas Cowboys along with his father.