In the game of football, defensive backs are the key to shutting down high powered offensive. At the NFL level, DBs match up against the multiple wide-receiver sets, loaded with athletes usually taller and stronger than they are. That's why defensive backs drills work on footwork, and why DBs put a premium on the 40-Yard Dash. You have to be both quick and fast to play football as a defensive back, and STACK's has the inside info to get you there.
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Latest Videos in Defensive Back
NFL DB Treston Decoud uses this single-leg exercise to develop explosion and speed on the football field.
Take a page from this NFL DB and his performance coach by incorporating this plyometric drill into your speed workouts.
Try to match the NFL DB's fast feet as he flies through the ladder on this key footwork and speed drill.
See if you can master this difficult speed and quickness drill from the NFL DB and his performance coach J.J. McCleskey.
NFL DBs have the fastest feet around, so it's no surprise that Treston Decoud performs a variety of footwork exercises, including this cone drill.