While his teammates were taking part in a 7-on-7 passing camp on the Plains, Warmack was spending time talking with Malzahn and offensive line Coach J.B. Grimes. Taking in another look at what Auburn is all about, the four-star prospect said it was good to be back and see everything again.
"Auburn has been great," Warmack said of his visit. "I got a chance to talk with all of the coaches and watch my team in the 7-on-7. They did really good. I was just having fun with the coaching staff.
"I have known them for a minute now," he added. "They offered me first around this time last year. I have been keeping in contact with them and have been back every once in a while. It was like my fifth time back. They are telling me I could start and Coach Malzahn is telling me the same thing. I'm just getting more connected to them."
With Reese Dismukes heading into his senior season and no experienced players behind him at the center position, Auburn is looking for a player at the position in the 2015 class. That's something that Warmack said makes the Tigers intriguing.
"Me playing early is good," Warmack said. "I want to play as early as possible at any school I go to."
Planning to continue to look at other schools to make certain of his decision, Warmack said he wants to see several more programs this summer and next fall before he puts his name on the dotted line in February.
"I'm just trying to make sure my commitment to Alabama is really what I want to do," Warmack said. "If it's not I'll change. As of right now it is. I'll be making more visits. I'm going to Louisville soon and South Carolina as well. Of course I'm going to Alabama too."