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In the National Football League, Philadelphia Eagles guard Landon Dickerson competes for them. At 1.98 meters tall, he weighs 151 kilograms. He played high school football while he was a student at South Caldwell High School and Hickory High School. He participated in the Under Armour All-America Game as a high school senior and was chosen for the first team All-State.

Despite entering college as a four-star player, he selected Florida State over other offers from universities. While there, he was a member of Florida State’s football squad, the Seminoles. He became the first offensive lineman to start the first game of the season since Jamie Dukes in 1982 after being chosen as the Seminoles’ starting right guard during training camp.

He chose to go to Alabama as a graduate transfer for his remaining two seasons of NCAA eligibility after spending three seasons at Florida State. In his debut season with the Crimson Tide at Alabama, he was selected as the right guard starter. He was switched to center after four games and earned a spot on the second team of the Southeastern Conference.

Landon Dickerson
Landon Dickerson

Dickerson was chosen by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 37th overall pick in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft. He agreed to a four-year rookie contract with the Eagles in July 2021. On December 24, 2021, he was removed off the COVID list after being added to it in December 2021.

When Was Landon Dickerson Drafted?

Landon Dickerson was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

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