Landon Dickerson was a composite 4 star. He was a 5 star according to 24/7 Sports. He was also considered the #1 Guard in the nation by Rivals and Scout and the #5 OT by 24/7 and #4 OT by ESPN. The Eagle Scout chose FSU over Alabama, Tennessee, and had offers from just about every school in the country. He participated in the Under Armour All-American game and graded out well, receiving rave reviews from all observers in attendance.
Dickerson figures to push for early playing time as a Freshman.
He has the size to step on the field immediately, FSU line coach Rick Trickett has praised his conscientiousness as a study of the system, and he has the versatility to play anywhere on the offensive line. These three factors, combined with the disappointing play of the offensive line suggests that no 2015 starter (other than Roderick Johnson) is guaranteed a spot this season. If Dickerson can come to Tallahassee focused and in shape this summer, some current linemen better step their games up if they want to hold their starting spots. Make no mistake about it, Dickerson has the ability to step on the field as a freshman verse Ole Miss in week 1.