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Name: Landon Dickerson (+) Coming off 12-19-20 Knee INJ/Transfer from Florida State
College: Alabama     Number: 69
Height: 6-6   Weight: 333
Position: C  Pos2: OG/OT
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 5.34
   40 Time: 5.44
  40 High: 5.55
Projected Round: 2  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6055
Weight: 333

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Dates: 03/23/21
Hand: 10 3/8  Arm: 33 1/4
Wingspan: 81 1/8

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Weight: 333
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 Data Scout Notes: **2020: RimingtonWinner/WCamp1st/1stC/AFCA1st/RimingtonFinalist/Co-JacobsBlockingTrophyAwardWinner/Coming off Knee 12-19-20 INJ...OutlandSemifinalist...POutland...2019: 2ndC...2nd team All-SEC, AP 2nd team All-SEC w/9 sts at C, 4 sts at RG in '19. Announced he would transfer from Florida State in Feb '19. Started 2 gms at RG, missed rest of season due to injury in '18. Started 7 gms at RG, suffered torn ACL and missed remainder of season in '16.

 Landon Dickerson, Alabama, Player News

  03/12/21 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  The last time we saw Landon Dickerson on the football field, he was three weeks removed from season-ending knee surgery and finagled his way into Alabama's national championship win over Ohio State. On Thursday, the former Alabama center told GMFB on the NFL Network all things point to a full recovery prior to the start of what will be his rookie NFL season. "I'm doing phenomenal when it comes to recovery," he said. "I'm right on track with where I need to be. We feel comfortable. The medical staff, the training staff, we feel very comfortable that I should be ready this coming season." Dickerson was carted off the field during the SEC Championship Game on Dec. 19. - Birmingham News

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  01/21/21 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  Landon Dickerson will not take advantage of the NCAA's COVID-19 eligibility waiver, electing to enter the 2021 NFL Draft and leaving Alabama with a void to fill at center. The Rimington Trophy winner suffered a knee injury in the SEC Championship Game that kept him out of both of UA's College Football Playoff games, ending his season and UA career two games premature. Before that injury, Dickerson started every game at UA since transferring in from Florida State. - Birmingham News

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  01/13/21 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  When all eyes in Hard Rock Stadium were trained pregame Monday night on Jaylen Waddle's right ankle, out of the tunnel trotted a No. 69 in a crimson uniform. About an hour before kickoff of the national championship game, Landon Dickerson was not only wearing his game jersey, but was fully dressed and ready to play with all his usual athletic tape and braces. The only problem: Dickerson was only about three weeks removed from season-ending knee surgery.

The center had no chance of playing against Ohio State - or in any competitive football game for several months - but wanted to close his college career as more than a spectator. Dickerson had been carted off the field of the SEC championship game Dec. 19, marking the fourth time his five-year college career has been cut short by an injury. After three seasons at Florida State and two at Alabama, Monday night was his first opportunity to play in a championship game - and he was not going to miss it. - Birmingham News


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  01/07/21 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  2020 RIMINGTON TROPHY AWARD WINNER: Landon Dickerson, Alabama,...Landon Dickerson, Alabama center, was named the Rimington Trophy winner tonight at the The Home Depot College Football Awards. The fifth-year senior is a veteran for the Crimson Tide with 24 starts and led his 2020 offensive line to win the Joe Moore Award during his second season as the starting center. Under his leadership, the Alabama front has surrendered just nine sacks while quarterback Mac Jones has been on the field (.75 per game, which would be sixth nationally). - Rimington Trophy Award

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  12/28/20 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  2020 ALL-SEC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): C Landon Dickerson, Alabama,...Dickerson sports an overall blocking grade of 91.0 by the UA coaching staff while grading out at 99.6 on all assignments...Played 725 total snaps with just two missed assignments and has allowed zero sacks. - Alabama Football

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  12/22/20 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  2020 SEC CO-JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY AWARD WINNER (COACHES): Landon Dickerson, Alabama,...Add Landon Dickerson's name to the long list of dominant centers in Alabama history and maybe the best interior offensive linemen in college football in 2020...semifinalist for the Outland Trophy...a veteran of 23 starts at Alabama, including 19 at center on a line considered a leading candidate for the 2020 Joe Moore Award. - Alabama Football

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  12/08/20 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  2020 OUTLAND TROPHY SEMIFINALIST: Landon Dickerson, C, Alabama (6-6, 325, Sr., Hickory, N.C.): Dickerson, a Florida State transfer, has made the most of his only season calling the blocking assignments up front for the Crimson Tide. Alabama is third nationally in scoring at 49.2 points per game - tops among schools playing five of more games - and has averaged 548.3 yards per game (4th nationally) while topping 500 yards in six of nine games. Setting things up front each play, Dickerson has helped Alabama establish national leaders at all three skill positions. The Crimson Tide claims two of the last four Outland winners, one on each side of the ball. Quinnen Williams, a defensive tackle, won in 2018, and offensive tackle Cam Robinson won the 2016 award. Alabama has not had a center win the Outland but Barrett Jones was a finalist in 2012 after winning the Outland as an offensive tackle in 2011, and center Ryan Kelly was a semifinalist in 2015. Alabama's five Outland winners are tied with Oklahoma for the second-most all-time (Nebraska, 9). - Greater Omaha Sports Committee

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  12/07/20 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  Alabama football offensive lineman Landon Dickerson is quite the personality, and he showed it Saturday against LSU. Dickerson had a dance to point out that LSU defensive lineman Jaquelin Roy committed encroachment. CBS broadcaster Gary Danielson called Dickerson "a physical character." CBS play-by-play broadcaster Brad Nessler said Dickerson is "feisty." And in the fourth quarter, Dickerson flopped backward when LSU defensive end Neil Farrell Jr. approached him and their facemasks tapped. Dickerson received abundant adoration on social media. - Montgomery Advertiser

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  11/27/20 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  Landon Dickerson on Tuesday became the second Alabama offensive lineman to accept an invitation to the 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl. Dickerson joins teammate Deonte Brown as confirmed for the Senior Bowl, the annual NFL draft showcase that takes place Jan. 30 at Hancock Whitney Stadium in Mobile. Game officials made the announcement via Twitter. Dickerson (6-foot-6, 325 pounds) has started 20 games the last two seasons for the Crimson Tide, 16 at center and four at guard. The Hickory, N.C., native began his career at Florida State before joining the Alabama program in 2019 as a graduate transfer. - Birmingham News

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  10/03/20 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  Saban commented on offensive lineman Landon Dickerson being a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell, awarded to the college football player who "possesses the best combination of academics, community service and on-field performance." Saban said the Campbell Award is "in my mind, one of the prestigious awards that anyone can be honored with." Barrett Jones won the trophy for Alabama in 2012. - Birmingham News

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  09/04/20 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Landon Dickerson, Alabama,...Dickerson helped anchor the Tide's offensive line that ranked third nationally, allowing just .92 sacks per game, surrendering only 12 sacks in 406 pass attempts during the 2019 season (one every 33.8 pass attempts) in 2019...the offensive front opened holes and provided time for Alabama's offense that ranked No. 2 nationally in scoring (47.2 ppg), third in passing (342.2 ypg) and sixth in total offense (510.8 ypg). - Alabama Football

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  07/26/20 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  2020 OUTLAND TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: G Landon Dickerson, Alabama,...A graduate transfer from Florida State who arrived before the start of fall camp and earned a starting job on the interior of the offensive line...selected to the All-SEC second team at guard by the Associated Press...started all 13 games, four at right guard and nine at center where he settled in for the remainder of the season...graded out at nearly 88 percent at two different positions. - Alabama Football

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  12/10/19 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  2019 ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): C Landon Dickerson, Alabama,...A graduate transfer from Florida State who arrived before the start of fall camp and earned a starting job on the interior of the offensive line...has started all 12 games this season, four at right guard and eight at center where he appears to have settled in...graded out at almost 88 percent at two different positions...allowed only one sack and four quarterback hurries all season. - Alabama Football

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  09/16/19 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  WEEK 3 SEC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Landon Dickerson, OL, Alabama,...The junior transfer turned his most consistent and dominant performance to date in an Alabama uniform...Provided time for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa to throw for a career high 444 yards and five touchdowns in a 47-23 victory at South Carolina in the SEC opener...Started at right guard and played 58 snaps while not allowing a hurry, pressure or sack...Did not miss an assignment on 58 snaps and helped the Crimson Tide roll up 576 yards of total offense that averages out to 8.9 yards per play. - SEC Football

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  08/16/18 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  In the age of graduate transfers, Landon Dickerson is the second to leave Florida State for Alabama. Jake Coker did it first after winning a title in Tallahassee as a backup, then another as a starter in Tuscaloosa. As an offensive lineman, Dickerson's arrival didn't come with quite the public fanfare, but he's already competing for a prominent role in a positional group with strong talent returning. Asked about his progress in the two weeks since joining the program, Saban on Thursday added another level of significance to Dickerson's addition. "I think he has a unique perspective coming from someplace that maybe," Saban said, pausing for a moment, searching for the right way to word it. "...the players didn't have it quite as good as they have it around here. And I hope our players really understand what they have, the opportunities that they have and that their focus is really in the right place, which is on our team being good."

Dickerson was the starting left guard for Florida State when it opened the 2017 season with a 24-7 loss to Alabama. Dickerson has been with the first team at center the last few practices after getting some time at guard. He was a starter at times in all of his three FSU seasons, though injuries took him off the field in each of those years. He got a medical redshirt in 2018 giving him two seasons of eligibility remaining. - Birmingham News


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  08/04/19 - C Landon DickersonrSr/2021, Alabama, 6-6, 333 (DS#2 C) + More +

  Up until the final hours before Alabama begins preseason practice, the Crimson Tide's roster was being amended. The latest addition to the roll is offensive lineman Landon Dickerson, the graduate transfer from Florida State. Dickerson, a guard and tackle, committed to Alabama in June and will wear the same number he donned during his run with the Seminoles — 69. Once a major prospect, Dickerson became the first true freshman offensive lineman to start a home opener for Florida State since 1982. He then suffered a torn ACL in 2016 and missed all but six games the next two years as his body repeatedly betrayed him. - AL.com

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