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.
Harris decided to drive from Dallas to Tuscaloosa to make it in time for the Alabama Pro Day. Almost a nine-hour drive, Harris drove through east Texas, north Louisiana, Mississippi, and finally Alabama to get back to T-Town.
The NFL halted travel for all personnel in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus. This halted all the pro-day workouts for prospects attempting to impress the scouts in a post-combine setting. Tua Tagovailoa did not participate in NFL Combine drills while in Indianapolis this past February. The Alabama quarterback instead had planned on working out with his Crimson Tide teammates on April 9.
Tagovailoa's plans were derailed as more and more events were cancelled, instead the Hawaiian quarterback had to hold an individual workout in Nashville and send the film to all 32 NFL teams.