Defensive Line

Winning at the point of attack is the difference between a successful football team with a strong idea and a weak one that will struggle to win games. Dominate from the defensive side of the ball with defensive line skills, drills, workouts and specific exercises aimed at improving leverage, developing total-body power and strength, while also providing the foundation for a technically sound athlete.

Latest in Defensive Line

How Terrell Davis Jump Started His Football Career By Playing Nose Guard—And What You Can Learn From It

Terrell Davis was a running back. He had been since he first strapped on a helmet at 7 years old. It was really the only football position he'd eve...

By: Brandon Hall

The Lethal Pass-Rush Move That Fueled Adrian Clayborn's Historic Six-Sack Game

Atlanta Falcons defensive end Adrian Clayborn entered yesterday's game against the Dallas Cowboys with 22.5 career sacks. He finished the game with 28...

By: Brandon Hall

How Aaron Donald Dominated Two NFL Games in Five Days Despite Not Practicing All Summer

Two games in five days. It's one of the most grueling gauntlets an NFL player can endure, and ever since the induction of Thursday Night Football, ...

By: Brandon Hall

N.C. State DL Kentavius Street Squats 700 Pounds and Runs a 4.58 Laser-Timed 40-Yard Dash

Picture this: a 6-foot-2, 283-pound defensive lineman who can run a 4.58 40-Yard Dash, jump a 40-inch Vertical and Squat over 700 pounds. Ridiculou...

By: Brandon Hall

This 346-Pound Washington DT Played Running Back in High School and His Highlights Are Spectacular

Today, Sports Illustrated writer Bruce Feldman released his annual list of the biggest freaks in college football. Penn State running back Saquon B...

By: Brandon Hall

Latest Videos in Defensive Line

Drop and Drive Defensive Movement

To dig balls in a more efficient manner, the Premier Volleyball team executes the Drop and Drive Defensive Movement, demonstrated in the video with coaching points provided by Wyman Khuu, national team coach.

Leon Hall Short

Hall talks to STACK about staying mentally strong in his pre-season training