Uga has had 3 players leave in a 10 day period. Michigan State, I can't recall the exact number, lost at least 6. And Alabama has lost 10 players alone from their 2015 recruiting class. Wow. Report: Alabama sees 10th player leave from its No. 1-ranked 2015 recruiting class In February 2015, Alabama -- as has been the case more times than not this decade -- signed the top-ranked classin the country, according to the 247Sports Composite. Since then, that class has dispersed faster than cars fly off the lot at coach Nick Saban's Mercedes-Benz dealership. Matt Zenitz of AL.com reportedTuesday that offensive lineman Dallas Warmack is exiting the program with Oregon -- led by former Crimson Tide assistant Mario Cristobal -- as a possible landing spot. On the surface, it's not a huge loss. But Warmack's departure marks the 10th player to leave out of Alabama's class of 24 players in 2015. Player Position Star-ranking Destination Kendall Sheffield DB 5 Blinn College to Ohio State Blake Barnett QB 5 Arizona State to Unknown Daylon Charlot WR 4 Kansas Mekhi Brown DL 4 Tennessee State Desherrius Flowers RB 4 Jones County (Miss.) JC to Grambling Shawn Burgess-Becker LB 4 UCF Adonis Thomas LB 4 Northwest Mississippi CC to Florida State Dallas Warmack OL 4 TBD Christian Bell DL 3 Wisconsin Jonathan Taylor DL 3 Dismissed But that's not the end of the story for the 2015 recruiting class. Four members of the top-ranked class in the country heard their names called in the NFL Draft last month.