- High School
- Culver, Ind.
- Current Team
- Team 91 MD
A true two-way midfielder who gets up and down the field with ease, Warrington starts as a short-stick defensive midfielder for the Eagles. That’s no small feat, considering that Culver ranks in the top 10 nationally, and it’s a testament to his ability to make an impact on the defensive end. Warrington has good footwork and does an excellent job of getting physical on the defensive end. He does great work in transition, too, and has the ability to get to the middle of the field to finish on the offensive end.
All-Star. The middie plays a confident game at both ends of the field with good reason. He’s quick in coverage with how he moves his feet, isn’t afraid to get physical and brings a real zeal and headiness to the defensive side. With the ball, he’s elusive and able to strike in different ways. He’s outstanding in transition, with the patience and poise to make the correct decisions with the ball. One of the elite midfielders in the ’24 class.
All-Star. When the All-Star Game was getting deep into the 4th quarter and his teammates were passing on runs, Luke stepped in to get more playing time. He possesses a tremendous motor and passion for the game. Luke is a well-rounded player who does a lot of things very well: he’s an excellent on-ball defender, and he can beat his man and draw a slide. You have to love his willingness to get to the middle of the field on offense and take a hit. He made big plays all day long. While Culver has tremendous depth in their program, Luke may be someone who earns playing time in the spring. He has a tremendous work ethic and positive attitude.
2021 One Percent All-Star
2020 One Percent All-Star