Former Alabama guard Dallas Warmack announced his decision to transfer to Oregon on Saturday via Twitter.
Warmack, the younger brother of former Tide All-American offensive lineman Chance Warmack, was reported to be interested in transferring from the program last month, according to AL.com.
The former 4-star prospect graduated from Alabama in April and will be able to play immediately as part of the NCAA graduate transfer rule.
At Oregon, Warmack will be reunited with coach Mario Cristobal, who spent four seasons at Alabama as an assistant and served as the lineman’s primary recruiter.
“I feel the same way I have always felt about Coach Cristobal — great guy, great coach, a coach that I will love to go to war with this upcoming season,” Warmack told Oregon Live.
“Oregon has the best facility I have ever seen, and I have seen a lot of facilities,” he added.
Warmack ranked as the No. 10 guard, the No. 21 player from Georgia and the No. 219 overall prospect for the 2015 national recruiting cycle, according to the 247Sports composite.
He will have two years of eligibility remaining.
— Dallas Warmack (@DallasWarmack) May 20, 2018