Ed "Pi Double I" Henderson
Player Bio: Dallas Warmack Prepped at Mays High School in Atlanta, GA, where he starred in football as an offensive guard. He initially received a scholarship to the University of Alabama following the footprints of his older Chance Warmack, the former #10 pick of the Tennessee Titans in 2013. The consensus four-star recruit was the #13 rated offensive guard by rival.com, ESPN Topp prospect, and #197th by 247 Sports. Warmack received an invite to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game, the top prep players in the United States. Warmack also selected for the 2013 and 2014 Georgia Sports Writers Association, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution All-State selections. Warmack graduated in 2017 from Alabama with a degree in communication studies. He transferred to Oregon and to solidify an offensive line that powered their way to a Rose Bowl victory this past January. At right guard, Warmack play was near flawless, he surrendered only one sack after 619 plays and committed no penalties.
2019 PFF All-Pac-12 Third-Team
2019 Wuerffel Trophy Nominee
SCHOOL: OREGON | CONFERENCE: PAC-12
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-2 / 310 ARMS: 32 1/4" HANDS: 9 1/4” PROJECTED 40-TIME: 5.25
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