The first transfer to start a long offseason has begun for the University of Alabama and it begins along its offensive line. According to a report from Matt Zenitz of AL.com on Monday, redshirt junior Dallas Warmack is set to leave the program after being a part of a national championship.
Warmack, an offensive guard, came to the Crimson Tide in the 2015 signing class – following behind his brother, Chance Warmack, who was a first-team All-American and All-Southeastern Conference selection in 2012. The elder Warmack was a two-time conference champion (2009, 2012) and a three-time BCS national champion in 2009, 2011 and 2012. He was also on the Philadelphia Eagles’ roster last season as the franchise won Super Bowl 52 in February.
As for his brother Dallas, the four-star from Atlanta (Ga.) has played in 16 career games and is scheduled to graduate this weekend. The 6-foot-2, 314-pounder was a member of two SEC championship squads (2015-16) and a pair of College Football Playoff national title teams.
Oregon appears to be the next move for him – via Zenitz’s article – and if so, Warmack would be reunited with former Tide staffer Bobby Williams. Williams is currently serving as special teams coach for the Ducks under head coach, Mario Cristobal – another former Nick Saban assistant.