6'2, 230 pounds | Tight end/H-back | Pittsburgh
Strengths: Dickerson is a versatile athlete that could be a real weapon if properly used. He can line up at tight end and wide receiver and projects well as an H-back. Shows good hands to make tough catches away from his body. Has enough speed to get separation in the open field. Moves fairly well laterally.
Weaknesses: For as many positions as Dickerson may have, he may have none. He's not fast or agile enough to be a wide receiver. He's not tall or strong enough to be a tight end. He's a little too unproven to be a true H-back. Dickerson is never going to get taller, so he'll have to add strength. Seems like a project player.
Final word: Dickerson will need to be drafted to the right team to make it in the NFL. He's packed with potential, but it may be hard to tap into. His hands are good and he has solid athleticism. But where he falters is in his lack of size and strength. He'll have to make his name as a pass catcher and helping on special teams.