As of late, the general thought is that Alabama guard Chance Warmack will be gone well before the Dallas Cowboys select at 18th overall in the first round of the draft on April 27. But according to one former Cowboys lineman, if the team has any chance at all to snag Warmack, they ought to do it.
Marc Colombo told 105.3-FM “The Fan” last week that he believes Warmack could initiate something of a culture change for the Dallas line.
“I want Chance Warmack out of Alabama,” Colombo said, via the Dallas Morning News. “I think he's big, he's tough, he's nasty. He reminds me of Nate Newton with Larry Allen's strength. He'll bring that attitude back to the Cowboys' offensive line. He's the guy. I would do anything to get that guy on the Cowboys.”
Many a draft expert predicted that the Cowboys would get Warmack earlier in the offseason, but the Alabama product’s stock has only risen in recent weeks. Now, ESPN’s Mel Kiper is suggesting that he could go as early as the top ten or 11 picks.
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