An American football center, Landon Dickerson plays and fascinates the audience by presenting himself for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. Showcasing his astonishing moves, he got drafted by the Eagles in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Landon Dickerson was born on September 30th, 1998, and was brought up in Hickory, Carolina. His father’s name is Jim Dickerson while there is no trace of his mother and siblings as he appears to be reserved about his family history. However, it is highly known that he got wholehearted support from his family as his heart and soul were all into football since he was a toddler. He made his dream true and pursued football professionally.
The talented athlete attended South Caldwell High School as a freshman. Later on, he went to play college football and got committed to Florida State over offers from Virginia, Tech, Tennessee, Georgia, and Auburn. Ultimately, he opted to transfer to Alabama as a graduate transfer, having earned his undergraduate degree from Florida State, for his final two seasons of NCAA eligibility.
Landon Dickerson Career
Dickerson started his professional journey as a footballer, while he attended high school. While playing for his high school team, he collected USA Today All-USA North Carolina First Team and All-North-western 3A-4A honors in 2015. Later he helped lead South Caldwell to an 11-3 record and to the third round of the state 4A football playoffs as a senior. From 2016 to 2018, he spent three seasons at Florida state prior to his arrival in Tuscaloosa. He even started seven games as a freshman before facing a knee injury.
In 2018, due to his injury, he was granted a medical redshirt for his 2018 season. However, in 2019, he started all 13 games, 4 at right guard and 9 at the center. In the same year against Auburn, he opened holes for 515 yards of total offense, including 180 yards on the ground. While playing against Michigan, Dickerson cleared a path and provided time for 480 yards of total offense adding 8.7 yards per play. Later in 2020, all his efforts paid off and his name was added to the long list of dominant centers in Alabama history and the best interior offensive linemen in college football.
His senior year went very well where he got to fascinate the audience by playing against some tough teams namely, Missouri, Texas, Georgia, Tennessee, Auburn, and LSU. He scored 780 yards with 37 touchdowns in 13 games with an average of 5 yards per carrying. Despite suffering from a season-end injury, he dressed for the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship game and entered the game for the final snap of Alabama’s 52-24 win over Ohio State.
Landon Dickerson Biography
|Real Name||Landon Dickerson|
|Birth Date||September 30, 1998|
|Birth Place||Hickory, North Carolina, USA|
|Profession||American Football Player|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 6” – in Centimetres – 198 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 147 kg – in Pounds – 325 lbs|
|Chest Size||52 Inches|
|Waist Size||38 Inches|
|Biceps Size||22 Inches|
|Shoe Size||11 (U.S.)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|School||South Caldwell High School|
|College||Florida State University, Alabama University|
|Marital Status||In Relation|
|Is he Gay?||No|
|Who is his Girlfriend?||Brookie Kuhlman|
Landon Dickerson is currently dating his beautiful girlfriend, Brookie Kuhlman. She is an Alabama Volleyball Alumni. There is not much information available about their dating history as they appear to stay ambiguous regarding their relationship status. So far it is known that they are happily in a relationship with each other and support each other in every situation.
Landon Dickerson Net Worth
Dickerson is an amazing athlete and is on his journey towards being the best of the rest and is expecting more. There is no data available regarding his net worth and assets as he appears to stay confidential about the information but it is highly known that he earns his fortune and is building up wealth by his professional football career and his mind-bending talent.
- While playing high school football, he was named first-team All-State and played in the Under Armour All-America Game as a senior.
- However, while playing collegiate football. He was named the Seminoles’ starter at right guard during training camp and got honored to become the first freshman offensive linemen to start a season opener.
- He earned honorable mention All-America accolades at guard by pro football focus and was named an All-SEC second-team honouree at the center by the league coaches in 2019.
- In 2020, he was awarded CFP National Champion, Riming-ton Trophy, Jacobs Block-in Trophy, and Unanimous All-American. Also won 2020 Joe Moore Award.