Warmsley's Career Best Performances
Outdoor Track and Field: Did not compete during the season.
Outdoor Track and Field: Competed in seven of the team's eight meets...threw the javelin and discus during the outdoor season...ranked first on the team in both events...owned the top five marks in the javelin and top six marks in the discus...posted a season-best toss of 60.33-meters in the javelin at the LSU Relays (3/26)...finished seventh overall in the javelin at the Conference USA Championships (5/15) with a throw of 59.22-meters...topped the 50-meter mark in the javelin at the Tulane Team Challenge (3/9), 54.72-meters, the South Alabama Invitational (4/9), 54.61-meters, the Steve Scott Invitational (4/30), 54.42-meters, and the LSU Alumni Gold (4/23), 52.36-meters...posted a season-best toss of 41.16-meters in the discus at the Conference USA Championships (5/14)...threw 39.26-meters in the discus at the Steve Scott Invitational (5/1) and 38.84-meters at the Tulane Team Challenge (3/9)...also threw the discus at four other meets.
Prior To Tulane: Enrolled at the U.S. Military Preparatory School for the 2009-10 academic year...threw the shot put and javelin for head coach John Pike...also, started all six games along the defensive line for coach Tom Simi during the 2009 football season.
About Julius Warmsley
Prep: Was the LHSAA 4A state runner-up in the javelin with a toss of 182-7...also lettered three times in football, weightlifting and basketball...was an all-state selection as a senior in football...was a three star recruit in football by Scouts.com...named the No. 52 prospect at defensive end by Rivals.com and the 211th best prospect at defensive end by ESPN.com...was an All-District 7-4A pick as a senior in basketball...won the 105-kilogram class and had the second-best overall lift of 211 kg at the Louisiana State High School Olympic Weightlifting Championship... for his overall athletic efforts, was tabbed the The Advocate's Athlete of the Year...listed among 2009 People To Watch by 225BatonRouge.com.
Personal: Born Julius Alexander Warmsley on May 16, 1990...son of Linda Warmsley...brother, Titus, played collegiate basketball at Texas and Montana State before joining the Boston Celtics and later playing professionally in Europe.