Audrey Warren is an American professional basketball player. She played for Boswell before her freshman year in the 2018-19 season. She played high school basketball at Boswell School, where she has been one of the nation's top wing players in the Class of 2018. Audrey was ranked No. 80 by Prospects nations.
Audrey Warren was born on 14th December 1999 in Fort Worth. She holds an American nationality and is of white ethnic background. She stands 5 feet and 9 inches tall. Audrey was born to Cliff Warren and Stacy Warren. She grew up with Chasity, Naomi, Tre, Sydney and Braxton. She is majoring in youth and community studies at Texas University about her academics.
Audrey is currently in her senior year at Texas University. She has been making money from endorsement, Sponsorship, and social.
She was listed in the nation's top wing players in 2018 and was ranked No, 80 overall players by Prospects Nation, No. 28 wing player in the class by espnW HoopGurlz, and No. 14 wing player by the Prospects Nation.
As of 2022, her net worth is under review, and she is just in the starting phase of her career, and there is more to come for her in the coming years.
The rising basketball player seems to be single as of early 2022. She is an active social media user, but her account has been private. The player is seen busy with her professional life and with her family. There are no pictures or sources that reveal that she is dating someone in the past.
She has been focusing on making her career rather than spending time with people, and she is in the initial phase of her career.
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She is highly active on social media, especially Twitter and Instagram, but she keeps her accounts private as a basketball player.
Audrey's Instagram goes by audwarren, followed by 1.8k followers, where she posts about her professional life and private life.
Audrey started her basketball journey with her High School Boswell, where she had 23 games and 19 starts during her junior campaign and 18 games as a sophomore. Audrey played 28 games with 10 starts as a freshman.
For her junior and senior seasons, the rising American basketball player was named the Class 5A Most Valuable Player. She led her team to the 2016 Missouri State High School Activities Association State Championship at the Kickapoo High School.
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