Thanks for the input, I agree it may not be the most logical choice, just was kicking it around in my head and was wondering if anyone else thought there might be some merit to a "flex" lineman. The guy won the outland trophy at left tackle (facing SEC defenses all year), and this year he is playing center, and doing an excellent job once again. You just don't see that too often. Combine it with the leadership and character he has I think he'll be an excellent pro.
I think it's too soon to label him a center, or even a guard for that matter. Personally think he fits the mold of a very reliable RT. He has excellent feet, and rarely will you find him out of position to make a block. His athleticism and speed can easily be matched (or topped) But you won't find a more disciplined o-lineman at the college ranks.
Warmack is an excellent guard prospect, and he probably does have a higher ceiling. When you draft him, what you see is what you get. After watching the hawks this year, I've loved watching Paul McQ fill in wherever the team needs him. He's become invaluable in that aspect. I'm not saying it's the teams most pressing need, but if we could get a significant upgrade from McQ, I think that may merit an early pick. (a first rounder? I guess it all depends on how the chips fall)
Just was food for thought...I love talking oline, being a former one myself