Professional guard Landon Dickerson plays for the National Football League’s Philadelphia Eagles. He stands 1.98 meters tall and weighs 151 kilograms. He attended Hickory High School and South Caldwell High School, where he participated in high school football. As a senior in high school, he participated in the Under Armour All-America Game and was selected to the first team All-State.
He chose Florida State over offers from other colleges despite starting college as a four-star prospect. He played football for the Florida State Seminoles while attending Florida. He became the first true freshman offensive lineman to start a season opener since Jamie Dukes in 1982 after being designated the Seminoles’ right guard starter during training camp.
After playing there for three seasons, he decided to transfer as a graduate transfer to Alabama to complete his two seasons of NCAA eligibility. Before the start of the Crimson Tide of Alabama’s inaugural season, he was chosen as the starting right guard for the squad. After four games, he was moved to center and received second-team SEC recognition.
Dickerson was chosen by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 37th overall pick in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft. When he signed a four-year rookie contract in July 2021, he made his commitment to the Eagles. In December 2021, he was added to the COVID list, then on December 24 of that same year, he was taken off of it.
Is Landon Dickerson Married?
Landon Dickerson is not married but he is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Brooke Kuhlman.