The Chargers are continuing their scouting work on offensive linemen as their latest prospect meeting was with offensive guard Dallas Warmack, the younger brother of former first-round pick, Chance Warmack.
Warmack is probably the least-talked about member of the 2019 Oregon offensive line that won the 2019 Moore Award for the nation’s most-outstanding blocking unit.
#Oregon OL Dallas Warmack (the brother of Chance Warmack) held a pre-draft meeting over FaceTime with the #Chargers. He's also had lots of communication with the #Titans. He also met w/ the #Bears OL coach prior to his Pro Day.— Justin M (@JustinM_NFL) March 31, 2020
Dallas started his career at the University of Alabama where he played as a true freshman and sophomore before utilizing a redshirt and graduating early from Tuscaloosa. Warmack then transferred to Oregon where he started 24 of 25 games all at right guard for the ducks.
As a junior in 2018, Warmack went the entire season without committing a single penalty and only allowed one sack. Aside from the single sack, he didn’t allow a single pressure or hurry.
As a senior, he went the entire season without allowing a sack and registered 20 pancake blocks.
At 6’2 and 310 pounds, Warmack is built like a wrecking ball. His lack of height allows him to utilize his leverage against taller defenders and he shows up in the run game on a consistent basis. He needs to work on being more nuanced in pass protection but he’s got the potential to be a good one. With his lack of exposure this draft season, I wouldn’t be surprised to see Warmack come off the board in the middle of day three and be a steal for some team.
Oregon's OL is my frontrunner to be the best line in college football this season. RT Calvin Throckmorton, C Jake Hanson, and LG Shane Lemieux are the most well-known...and I love watching RG Dallas Warmack (Chance's brother) too pic.twitter.com/w6oey8S9gj— Chris Trapasso (@ChrisTrapasso) July 6, 2019