Landon Dickerson reveals he built training facility for his Alabama teammates after COVID forced the SEC to shut down
When the upcoming draft arrives, if NFL teams are eager to add a leader to their roster, they couldn’t do much better than Landon Dickerson.
One of the more popular players to come out of Tuscaloosa in years, Dickerson’s legend continues to grow as the Crimson Tide lineman is given more opportunities to speak and reveal his character to the masses.
During a recent appearance on the NFL Network, Dickerson revealed he built a training facility for his Alabama teammates after COVID forced the NCAA and the SEC to shut down all facilities around the country.
This may have been bending the rules a bit but it clearly paid off for the Crimson Tide.
Landon Dickerson turned his carport into an Alabama gym
– bought tons of gym equipment
– drew up workouts on whiteboards
– scheduled timeslots for 40 guys/day
– 300 gallon cold tub & made ice runs
– jugs machine for WRs
– stocked recovery shakes
– provided sanitary services pic.twitter.com/3Bl2v3D9Pd
— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) April 23, 2021