"I'm feeling great," said Dallas Warmack on Monday evening.
The Atlanta (Ga.) Mays offensive lineman pulled the trigger to Alabama while visiting moments before.
"I was talking to Coach [Mario] Cristobal, I already knew everything about 'Bama," he admitted. "I was checking out the facilities and that was it.
"Then Coach Cristobal talked about how I would fit, we went over plays for two hours straight and it was nice."
The class of 2015 offensive lineman informed the staff that he wanted to play at the same school that produces his brother Chance Warmack -- though it was Dallas' decision solely.
"Chance had nothing to do with my (recruiting) process," he said. "I talked to Coach Saban, Cristobal, the players, everybody was happy to see me. I feel like I can make an impact there."
Cristobal, Warmack's potential position coach at Alabama, broke down where he envisions his newest commit.
"He says interior guard or center, but mostly guard," said Warmack. "They told me to get stronger. He knows I'm going to get bigger. Be a technician, always work on your technique and to keep in touch with them."
The building relationship between the two all but sealed the deal for Alabama.
"He will be my coach everyday, so we talk everyday," the rising junior continued on his coach. "He's the main part. He's great, family-oriented, upbeat, he talks highly of Alabama and he loves my film, my family and everything.
Of course, the 6-foot-2, 290-pounder's familiarity with Tuscaloosa and the program didn't hurt the champs' chances.
"I've known them all since I was 10 years old," said Warmack with a laugh. "The trainers, the equipment managers, the coaches, just about everybody. I've known them all."
Warmack is the fourth commitment for the Crimson Tide in the class of 2015 and second player from the Peach State (Mekhi Brown).
Full list of 2015 Alabama commitments HERE.