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Brother Of A Former Alabama Superstar Is Leaving Crimson Tide

Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide leads his team on the field to face the Southern Miss Golden Eagles at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

TUSCALOOSA, AL - SEPTEMBER 13: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide leads his team on the field to face the Southern Miss Golden Eagles at Bryant-Denny Stadium on September 13, 2014 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Chance Warmack was a star offensive lineman at Alabama. After his Crimson Tide career, he was the No. 10 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. His younger brother was a member of the 2015 Alabama recruiting class, but after three years in Tuscaloosa, Dallas Warmack is transferring.

The younger Warmack was a four-star recruit out of Atlanta. He was the No. 21 player in Georgia that year.

247Sports ranked him No. 219 in the country. He was the 10th-ranked guard.

After playing in 16 games through his first two seasons at Alabama, Dallas Warmack is transferring.

As a true freshman, he appeared in seven games, working with the second team offensive line. His role expanded in 2016, when he played in nine of Alabama's games.

Last season, Warmack used his redshirt year. He graduates this week, which should give him two years of eligibility left.

Mario Cristobal was his lead recruiter while on staff at Alabama. He is now the head coach at Oregon, and the Ducks could be a possible team to land the big graduate transfer, according to AL.com.

Cristobal was the offensive line coach at Alabama from 2013-16, before he joined Willie Taggart's staff at Oregon. When Taggart left for Florida State, Cristobal was promoted to head coach.

Chance Warmack won three national titles while at Alabama. He went on to play four season with the Tennessee Titans, who selected him in 2013.

He joined the Philadelphia Eagles last season, and won a Super Bowl with the club. He is singed through the 2018 season.

[AL.com]