Warmack Having Another Huge Season

Running back Dalvin Warmack of Blue Springs, Mo., is used to big numbers. Last season, in leading his team to the Class 6A state championship, he finished with 2,294 rushing yards on 254 carries. He scored 39 rushing touchdowns and averaged a whopping 9.0 yards per carry.

Warmack is at it again as he cranked up the playoffs last week in a rivalry game with Blue Springs South with 17 carries for 210 rushing yards and three touchdowns in a 40-0 district playoff win. Warmack's longest touchdown of the night was a 67-yard scamper.

He is a back that has sharp moves and can bounce around, but can also drive through an opening and kick to another gear.

The 5-9, 185-pound Warmack has been committed to Kansas State and Monday night told me he still is but he is also aware of still percolating interest with schools that have recruited him and new ones jumping in.

"I'm still committed to Kansas State," said the senior who is now at 4,399 career rushing yards. "Colorado State and Oklahoma State have both offered. Oklahoma State was there the other night. The other schools that were recruiting and offered me are still showing interest."

Warmack, who committed to the Wildcats along with his teammate defensive back Caleb Pruitt, said his focus is where it should be right now with Friday night's playoff game against Lee's Summit.

"Like I said, I'm committed to K-State. But my focus right now is on the playoffs and my senior season, but after the season I want to make sure that I'm making the right decision," Warmack explained. "I want to finalize my decision on where I will go to college."

Warmack said he changes his mind a lot on what he wants to major in academically but he thinks a lot about sports medicine or athletic training.

We'll keep our eye on Warmack, and check back when his season concludes.

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