Posted: 12:01 am Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
By Michael Carvell
Dallas Warmack committed to Alabama last summer but it hasn’t stopped the 4-star offensive lineman from looking around.
The 6-foot-2, 300-pounder from Mays High School is the younger brother of former Alabama All-SEC offensive lineman Chance Warmack, who played at Westlake High School.
The younger Warmack recently made an unofficial visit to Alabama’s archrival, Auburn. He also plans to check out Alabama, Auburn and UGA later this month. (He will be at Saturday’s G-Day scrimmage with his high school teammate, LB Natrez Patrick)
- Why is Warmack looking around?
- What is the status of his Alabama commitment?
- What would another school have to do to change his mind?
- How does he describe his relationship with Nick Saban?
Warmack, who has earned a spot in this summer’s Nike Opening in Oregon, talks about all of that and more in the above video.
Warmack observed Sunday’s MVP camp at Lovejoy High School.
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