Back in 2013, Alabama OL Chance Warmack was a first-round pick in the NFL Draft, and just this year, won a Super Bowl with the Philadelphia Eagles.

His brother, Dallas Warmack, followed in his footsteps at Alabama, but his career hasn’t gone according to plan, as he’s only played in nine games in three years.

Now, according to, the younger Warmack will transfer from the program as a graduate of the university:

Redshirt junior offensive guard Dallas Warmack, the younger brother of former Crimson Tide All-American Chance Warmack, is leaving the program and will be a graduate transfer, according to sources.

Warmack didn’t see any action in 2017, playing in nine games in 2016. According to the report, Oregon is high on his list of potential landing spots.

Coming out of high school, Warmack was a 4-star prospect and the No. 10 guard in the class of 2015.