In 2014, Donnell Leomiti's defensive backfield was the best in the nation, ranking first in interceptions (29) as the CSU-Pueblo defense held opponents to the lowest points per game figure in the country (12.8). It was the second time in four years Leomiti's defensive backs led the nation in interceptions, as the squad also finished first in the nation in 2011.
Learn the skills that have transformed his defensive backs-including three All Americans since 2011-into some of the strongest and most successful players in the nation. Leomiti covers key principles, including: instilling the right culture/philosophy and emphasizing turnovers, competitions, and drills to improve performance both individually and collectively. You'll learn:
The foundation of Leomiti's highly successful coaching strategy is emphasizing areas that need the most improvement. Using team drills and a discussion of culture and philosophy, Leomiti shows how to get the most from defensive backs-both on and off the field.
39 minutes. 2013.
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I was disappointed to say the least. It appears to me that he has had no training in making presentations. He says the same few things over and over and really seemed to lack enthusiasm for his presentation. Some of the drills were content worthy but most of his presentation rated a "D" as far as I was concerned. I hope he is a better recruiter and coach than a presenter.
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