Chance Warmack Commits to Alabama

The University of Alabama added their third offensive line commitment from the state of Georgia Friday afternoon. Chance Warmack from Atlanta-Westlake, (Ga.), spoke to Alabama head coach Nick Saban about the big decision.



"I committed to Alabama," said Chance Warmack. "I committed today. I talked to coach Nick Saban a while ago. My mom told him I was ready to commit. I talked to him and told him what I thought about the program."

"Alabama is a good school as far as the community. I felt at home when I went there. They focus on character. They believe in getting players prepared for football. Coach Saban is a real good coach."

Warmack has built a strong relationship with the coaching staff and looks forward to working with them.

"Nick Saban is an excellent head coach," he said. "He is a great leader. I think he is going to get me to the next level."

"I really like the offenisve line coach [Joe Pendry]. He is very knowledgeable. He would teach me a lot of great things."

The 6-foot-4, 325-pound lineman recently burst on the scene and received quite a few offers.

"Alabama was he first school to offer me. I have also received offers from Auburn, South Carolina, Arkansas and Rutgers. Even though I verbally committed to Alabama I will probably still take my visits."

Warmack has been a frequent vistor to Tuscaloosa, and expects to play guard for the Crimson Tide.

"I have been to Alabama four times before," he said. "The facilities are very nice. They blew my mind. Everything was great the first time I went there. It was amazing. I was speechless. It seemed like a nice place as well."

"I will probably play inside at guard on either side. I am 6-foot-4, 325-pounds. Everyone says I have quick feet and quick hands for my size. I am trying to improve my technique."

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