Warmack Talks About Adding An Auburn Offer

The younger brother of a former Alabama standout talks about getting an offer from the Auburn Tigers on Sunday.

Atlanta, Ga.--The younger brother of former Alabama standout offensive lineman Chance Warmack, Dallas Warmack is already making a name for himself in the world of recruiting for the 2015 class. On Sunday he took a return trip to Auburn to check out the facilities and sit down with Auburn OL Coach J.B. Grimes. Getting a feel for everything Auburn, Warmack said he enjoyed the trip and likes what he sees from the Tigers after getting an offer.

"It went great," Warmack said. "I got an offer and talked with Coach (Gus) Malzahn today. I talked to Coach Grimes and he's the one who actually offered me. We talked about family and interest. If I go there I'm going to play center, they told me that. I'm 6-1, 295 and they said I would be a perfect center there. Coach Malzahn is a nice guy. We talked with him and his wife for two hours today."

Already with early offers from Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee, Warmack is a powerful blocker on the offensive line with the athleticism to get to the corner and set the edge in the running game.

In addition to spending time with Grimes, Warmack said it was nice to sit down with Coach Rodney Garner again and talk with him about Auburn.

"Coach Garner is a great recruiter," Warmack said. "I actually knew him because he was recruiting my brother at Georgia. We knew him earlier so that was a familiar face around there. We talked with him for a long time."

Having a brother that played at Alabama and had so much success playing there, Warmack admits the Crimson Tide are very high on his list but he's going to make the best decision for himself when the time comes.

"Right now of course I like Alabama," Warmack said. "Tennessee is my number two right now and then Georgia and then Auburn. Alabama and Tennessee are really close. I like Tennessee a lot. I didn't know I was going to like it that much.

"There is a big chance I would go somewhere else," he added. "I like Alabama, but if something happens different then it happens. I don't feel any pressure to go there, but my parents love it because my brother has been there for four years. I have known Alabama since I was 10 years old. I know a lot about Alabama already now I'm trying to find out things about other schools."

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