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Alabama Lands Prized Offensive Lineman

Nick Saban and Alabama reached into the state of Georgia and snagged one of the top 2015 offensive linemen.  Mays High School’s Dallas Warmack, a 6’2″ 270-pound junior from Mays High School in Atlanta, chose Alabama over Tennessee and Georgia.

Warmack’s older brother, Chance, may have had something to do with Dallas’ choice.  Chance was an All-SEC offensive lineman at Alabama and was chosen in the first round of this past April’s NFL draft by the Tennessee Titans.

The interior lineman talked about his conversation with Saban when he committed.

“He was just telling me that they offered me because of how I played, and how my brother was when he was at Alabama,” Warmack told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.” He was excited. He gave me a big hug, and you could tell he was tearing up a little when I said I wanted to commit.”

Warmack could play guard or center for the Crimson Tide, or potentially slide over to the defensive side of the ball.  He is considered to have a high-end package of strength and quickness.

Warmack is ranked as the 19th best guard in the country and the 27th best prospect in the 2015 class by 247Sports.