My only issue is that some say he's "raw" and that to me is code-speak for him being slightly developmental or that he's not stepping in day 1 but instead would be a rotational type guy. For how long, who knows?
With Warmack, you pen him into that line the first day of OTAs and leave him there for the next decade. I think most of our problems on offense (Sanchez', the running game, the next QB of the Jets) are tied (or will be tied) directly to the line. Sanchez clearly had some major deficiencies, but he never had a clean pocket and I don't remember many holes ever being opened. Look at our efficiency on 3 and short and 4th down attempts, we couldn't push anyone off the ball. In 2009 and 2010, our line was very stout and we had a pretty effective offense.
OG may not be a premium position, but I think the OLine is the premium unit in all of football. Build a big, dominant OLine and let's finally build an offense.