2013 Guide: What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about CHANCE WARMACK: Alabama, 6020 317 5.56. Three-year starter who is powerful and explosive in his upper and lower body. Plays with a stout base and a boxer’s punch. Good arm length. A knee bender with long arms, thick body, and good balance. Stays on his feet when pulling. Strong on down blocks. Plays square and works to keep his hands inside the frame. Takes good angles to seal linebackers on the second level. Warmack is the best talent on a talented offensive line. Cuts downfield as needed. Generally plays on his feet. Physical as the post player or driver on a double team. Gets position quickly to wall off a defender’s path to the ball. Built like a Coke machine with arms. He lowers his butt and can explode and leverage his blocking targets. Good flexibility from his ankles to his knees to his hips. Light on his feet with good weight transfer and change of direction. Can adjust in space to pick up blitzing linebackers. Can stone a bull rush or slide shuffle an inside speed rusher. Not a top level workout guy ranking 35th out of 49 offensive linemen who worked out at the Combine. Ran a 5.56/40 and a slow 1.91/10 yard time. Who knows what he bench presses? A two position only player. But the tale of the tape says he’s a first year starter with the talent to contribute early and provide impact play. OSR:35/49. First round. (A-34 3/4, H-9 5/8, BP-DNP, 10-1.91).