Report: Chance Warmack's Brother Dallas to Transfer from Alabama; Oregon Linked

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistMay 2, 2018

Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano's game-winning field goal splits the uprights at the end of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, in Foxborough, Mass. The Panthers won 33-30. (AP Photo/Bill Sikes)
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Redshirt junior offensive guard Dallas Warmack will reportedly transfer from Alabama ahead of the 2018 college football season, according to Matt Zenitz of AL.com.

While it isn't yet known where Warmack will land, Zenitz reported that the Oregon Ducks are a candidate for the soon-to-be graduate transfer.

Warmack is the younger brother of current Philadelphia Eagles and former Alabama Crimson Tide guard Chance Warmack.

Warmack appeared in seven games as a freshman in 2015 and nine in 2016 before redshirting last season.

He was set to enter 2018 as a reserve at Alabama.

When the Tide recruited Warmack out of Mays High School in Atlanta, 247Sports' composite rankings listed him as a 4-star prospect who was the No. 219 overall player and No. 10 guard in his class.   

Warmack has a link to Oregon that would make the Ducks a logical landing spot for the 6'2", 308-pound offensive lineman.

Head coach Mario Cristobal was the assistant head coach and offensive line coach when Warmack arrived at Alabama.

Since Warmack will be a graduate transfer, he will likely be eligible to play in 2018 instead of needing to sit out for one season.

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