Landon Dickerson no longer appears on FSU’s roster

Redshirt junior offensive lineman Landon Dickerson originally entered the Transfer Portal on Feb. 13, while the Seminoles were going through offseason workouts, but quickly withdrew himself on Feb. 18. Dickerson participated in the remainder of offseason workouts and spring practice before missing the spring game due to injury and it seemed like all was well.

That’s why it was pretty surprising last week when it was announced the North Carolina native had reentered the Transfer Portal. Dickerson has a ‘Do Not Contact’ designation on his entry which means he probably already knows where he’s going. There’s been rumored interest from Alabama and Texas A&M. It would make sense for Dickerson to wind up in College Station, considering Jimbo Fisher recruited him to Tallahassee back in 2016.

One party that didn’t seem too surprised? Florida State. They swiftly removed Dickerson from the roster on Seminoles.com even though he hasn’t formally announced his departure from the program, which makes me wonder if this has been brewing for a while. He’s gone through three different offensive line coaches while being oft-injured, the luck just hasn’t been there for the former four-star recruit with the ‘Noles. The 6-foot-6, 320-pound offensive lineman played in just 13 games over three seasons.

Dickerson was supposed to play a big role on the offensive line for FSU in 2019. Instead, he’s another player who’ll leave Tallahassee as a ‘What if’ and another parting gift from the Aggie defector.

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