Warmack could be the most underrated signing of free agency thus far. The No. 10 overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft had a hugely successful college career at Alabama, where he was named a two-time All-SEC player and a unanimous All-American. Jeff Stoutland, his offensive line coach at Alabama, was a major driving force behind his dominance. Now, the two are reuniting with the Eagles.
We reached out to Matias Wodner over at Titan Sized for insight on the former first-round pick.
"We had very high expectations when we drafted him No. 10 overall. He was among the safest options in the draft and we needed help on the interior of the line. He struggled in his rookie year, but put it all together in a really solid sophomore season. Ever since that year, though, Warmack had been a liability on the Titans line. His last season in Tennessee was cut short by an injury, but the Titans’ line thrived without him. There’s no denying his potential; we saw it throughout his entire college career and for a year in Tennessee. He’ll bring a mauling type of attitude to the run game, but he really needs to fine tune his pass protection. Perhaps the Eagles’ offensive line coaches can get the best out of him."
Signed to a one-year “prove it” deal, Warmack has the chance (pun intended) to rebound after some uninspiring seasons with the Tennessee Titans.