The Cowboys seem to be more than a little interested in Alabama guard Chance Warmack and, now, it appears that Warmack is coming to Dallas. For a pre-draft visit, anyway.
ESPN Dallas reports that the Cowboys have already scheduled their visit with Warmack, one of 30 such meetings the team is afforded by the league in the weeks leading up to the draft in April.
Warmack didn’t work out at the combine but reportedly had a solid showing at the Crimson Tide’s Pro Day in Tuscaloosa on Wednesday.
"I'm athletic and trying to show what I can bring to the table if anybody wants to draft me," Warmack said, per ESPN Dallas. "I'm really excited to just get on a team and get started with football, but just to show what I can do and show what my strengths are."
Dallas certainly has a need along the interior of the offensive line, and both Todd McShay and Mel Kiper, Jr.--ESPN’s resident draft experts--have published mock drafts in the past couple weeks that have Dallas and Warmack as a match come April.
"I'm really not paying attention to the stock thing so much as just trying to improve myself as a player," Warmack said. "I didn't get a chance to do much at the combine, so I wanted to prove to myself that I could do the drills here, and that's what I did. I'm happy I did it."
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