NFL teams are going to be impressed with Landon Dickerson at Alabama’s Pro Day.
Since the end of last season, he has been training at the Crimson Tide’s practice facility.
Whether it has been rehabbing his knee or executing reps on the bench, the North Carolina native is putting himself in a position to showcase his skills in front of pro scouts.
At least three representatives from each NFL team will be in attendance on March 23 to get a look at Dickerson.
The 6-foot-6, 325-pounder was the personality behind a Joe Moore Award-winning offensive line. He earned the Rimington Award, which goes to college football’s top center, and shared SEC Jacobs Blocking Trophy honors with Alex Leatherwood.
Dickerson was voted a permanent team captain and collected Unanimous All-American honors.
He propelled three players to become Heisman finalists, including DeVonta Smith — the Heisman Trophy winner. Donning a pair of blue Bib overalls from Carhartt, Dickerson benched 315 pounds at the facility. Dr. Matt Rhea was his spotter, as he’s preparing the former five-star to lock in first-round draft status. Dickerson is one of the best offensive linemen in this class, and he carries the intensity need to blossom into being an All-Pro center in the NFL.
— Matt Rhea, PhD (@MattRheaPhD) March 9, 2021
After helping Alabama win a national championship, fans will be interested to see his measurables at pro day.
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