1.10 Tennessee Titans Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama (6-2, 317)
Chance Warmack was selected as the tenth overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans. Warmack spent the last three seasons anchoring the offensive line for two BCS national championship teams, opening up running lanes for the likes of Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson over the last three seasons. Warmack is a solid combination of size and strength and has shown the ability to trap and pull effectively, making him a versatile addition to the Titans’ O-line.
The main knock on Warmack is his lack of elite level quickness in tight spaces, which make susceptible to quick defensive lineman right off the line. However, Warmack brings a tenacity and attitude to every play and has a high motor, not taking many plays off. He also proved to be extremely durable during his three full time seasons with Bama, which bodes well for him moving forward into a much more physical National Football League. Expect Warmack to be an above-average starter in the NFL for years to come.