Guard Landon Dickerson plays for the National Football League’s Philadelphia Eagles (NFL). In the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Eagles selected him with the 37th overall pick.
He played college football for Florida State and Alabama, and in 2012, the Associated Press named him an All-American.
Dickerson attended South Caldwell High School while growing up in Hickory, North Carolina. As a senior in high school,
he participated in the Under Armour All-America Game and was selected for the first-team All-State. Dickerson chose Florida State over offers from Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Georgia,
and Auburn despite being a four-star recruit entering college. Since Jamie Dukes in 1982, Dickerson is the first true freshman to start the first game of a season.
Before sustaining a knee injury that ended his season, he started the first seven games of the year. After suffering an ankle injury two games into his junior season, he used a medical redshirt.
He decided to transfer to Alabama as a graduate transfer after the season. Brandon Dickerson was chosen by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 37th overall pick in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft.
He was forced to miss a Tuesday night game that was postponed due to a norovirus epidemic as a result of it.
How Tall Is Landon Dickerson?
Landon Dickerson, a guard for the Philadelphia Eagles of American football, has a height of 1.98 meters and plays for the team.