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Georgia, Alabama, Auburn
Dixon committed to the Georgia Bulldogs back on Christmas of 2015, but that’s not going to stop the Vols from going after him. Dixon has been on Tennessee’s radar for a long time, but Dixon appears to be set on being a Bulldog for the time being.
RTI average: 4-stars
How He Fits
What Dixon lacks in size he more than makes up for with speed and athleticism. Although Dixon plays primarily at linebacker, he may have a higher ceiling as a defensive back. He has impressive awareness and hands and is able to chase down anybody on offense thanks to his quickness. Dixon is truly a defensive athlete and can probably play multiple positions in college.