Today was the second Alabama Pro Day that the Crimson Tide program put on for prospective NFL players and despite not performing due to injury, Landon Dickerson still added another layer to his Bama legacy.

Dickerson transferred to Alabama from Florida State and its clear he developed deep bonds with his teammates despite not being a member of the program for as long. Dickerson brought a toughness and an attitude to this Alabama offense that allowed it to carry the Tide to the 2020 national championship.

At Alabama's second Pro Day, Dickerson cartwheeled through a Mac Jones interview, showing his athleticism and his sense of humor. The loveable center spins through the shot just four months after tearing his ACL in the SEC Championship Game against Florida and look of satisfaction creeps across his face. He looks happy to display how far he has come in his recovery and to have thrown his quarterback off in his interview.

This isn't the first time Dickerson has photo bombed Jones in a Pro Day interview. The last time Dickerson opted for a more stealthy approach, choosing to army crawl behind him.

Dickerson has endeared himself to the Alabama fan base with his play on the field and his personality off the field. In his short time in Tuscaloosa he has been a part of a Joe Moore Award winning offensive line, used a two-by-four for a bumper and took snaps in the national championship despite a torn ACL.

His next step will be continued rehab on his knee as he looks ahead to the NFL Draft. Dickerson is viewed as one of the draft's top eligible interior lineman.

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