Chance Warmack, Senior, Guard, Alabama
Chance Warmack has been a vital part of Alabama’s offense since his sophomore season in 2010. As a freshman in 2009, Warmack barely saw the field, but he was ready to step into a starting job at left guard in 2010. He helped the Crimson Tide have a very balanced and explosive offense.
By his junior year, Warmack was garnering plenty of postseason awards. He was named Third-Team All-SEC by College Sports Madness. Once again Alabama had a superb rushing offense and Warmack played a big part in that. And, of course, that rushing offense led to an Alabama BCS title.
At 6-3 and 320 pounds, Warmack has the size and agility to be a fine lineman in the NFL. He may not blow anybody away in the workouts, but the proof is on the field and that is where Warmack has proven time and time again that he is one of the better senior guards in the draft class of 2013.
4/11/2013 Update by Joel Welser:
Warmack did blow everybody away during his workouts and he went from the best interior offensive lineman of the 2013 NFL Draft class to one of the best in the best decade. Interior linemen rarely go in the top ten, but Warmack could be the exception to that little rule. Warmack can pretty easily slip down to the middle of the first round, but some team is going to get a great lineman who can be a dominating force for years to come.