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OL Dallas Warmack, Bama grad transfer, commits to Oregon

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NCAA Football: Oregon at Wyoming
The Ducks land a big commitment on the weekend
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The Ducks have another graduate transfer that will join the flock. OL Dallas Warmack has committed to the Ducks after electing to transfer from the University of Alabama.

Dallas Warmack is a redshirt junior from Mays HS in Atlanta, GA. He is the younger brother of former Tide standout offensive lineman Chance Warmack, who recently won a Super Bowl with the Philadelphia Eagles as a reserve after signing with them from the Tennessee Titans in free agency. He has already graduated from Alabama so he does not have sit out a year and is eligible to play immediately. He is the fourth such transfer in 2018 for Oregon. Redshirted in 2017. He has two years left to play.

Warmack’s primary recruiter to Alabama was none other than the current Oregon head coach, Mario Cristobal. The relationship is already established so it was basically an easy choice for him to make. He held 11 total offers from both big and small programs in the southern states. He announced his intention to transfer on May 3rd. An Army All-American coming out of high school with a four star rating. Warmack was rated the 219th best prospect nationally, tenth at his position, and ranked 21st in the talent rich state of Georgia.

He decided rather quickly to select the Ducks after visiting this weekend. Like big brother Chance, Dallas is a offensive guard. He has some experience but not a lot of it as he was expected to compete this year for a spot but chose to transfer in search of more playing time. He will be expected to push for a starting guard spot if not outright win the job. It will be interesting to see where he fits on the line.