Imperial, Pa., and West Allegheny standout Dorin Dickerson
got the chance to live a dream last week. The Pittsburgh
commit played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and had the opportunity to compete against some of the top players in the nation.
We had the chance to talk with Dickerson on Sunday as he was watching the U.S. Army National Combine. here is our audio interview with Dickerson.
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Dickerson was watching his cousin Jordan Mabin a highly touted junior from Nordonia High in Macedonia, Ohio. fans often ask how close Dorin and Jordan are, so let me ask you this, if you had just spent an entire week away from home and you could leave would you? I would, but Dickerson stayed behind to see Mabin perform.
Dickerson was there helping his cousin and giving him moral support. The support must have worked as Mabin was selected to the Scout.com All-Combine team.
Pitt commit Dorin Dickerson came up with two catches for 19 yards in Saturday's U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Twice Dickerson made big catches that help keep drives alive and contribute to the East's victory over the West.
The nation's No.4 rated wide receiver did nothing but solidfy his ranking last week.