Defensive Lineman have probably the most physically demanding position on the field. They must be big and strong enough to stop the run as well as agile and fast enough to rush the passer. You’ll often hear the expression that the best defensive linemen have a ‘great motor,’ in other words, they are physically fit, mean, nasty, and relentless! They must also understand their roll within a defensive scheme as it often calls for protecting a gap and taking on two offensive lineman in order to free up a linebacker to make a play.
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At the youth and High School levels, place kickers are often the overlooked position until it comes down to the final seconds where a game can be won with a field goal. Arguably this is one of the most difficult positions since a kicker must perform under pressure
The New Palestine Dragons High School football program knows how to how to create a battle cry for a new year. The Dragons were undefeated when they made it to the 5A Indiana State Championship last year.
Whether your football career will end after High School, College or the NFL, one thing is for sure, it will end. So the question is, “What can I do now, during my football years, to prepare for life after football?”
Are you an asset to your team or a liability? Are you a solution to your team or a problem? If you’re a problem, don’t plan on four stellar years playing College ball (if you get an opportunity to play at all).