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Don King (defensive lineman)

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Don King
No. 79, 71, 70
Position:defensive tackle
Personal information
Born:(1929-03-11)March 11, 1929
McBee, South Carolina
Died:April 15, 2014(2014-04-15) (aged 85)
Savannah, Georgia
Height:6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight:260 lb (118 kg)
Career information
High school:Union High School, Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania
College:Kentucky
Undrafted:1954
Career history
Career NFL statistics
Fumbles recovered:3
INT:2
Player stats at PFR

Donald William King (March 11, 1929 – April 15, 2014) was a defensive tackle in the National Football League.

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  • ✪ Pass Rush Moves - SPIN MOVE - American Football Tutorial - Defensive Line Drills
  • ✪ 3 POINT STANCE AND START - DEFENSIVE LINE TECHNIQUE - AMERICAN FOOTBALL
  • ✪ STRIKE, FLIP, AND RIP - Run Defense American Football Drill #3 - Defensive Line Drills

Transcription

- [Voiceover] This is Coach Arpedge Rolle at Five Star Linemen Academy, and we're back in the lab again today teaching the quick and powerful spin. Every great pass rusher has to have a set up move, and then his counter. One of my favorite counter moves is the spin move. That's why the spin move is coming in quick at #4. There are three really important things you must do in order for your spin move to be successful. One, sell it. Two, sink it. And three, seal it. You've got to really sell that first move, man. You have to convince that offensive lineman that you are attacking his outside arm, either with a chop, rip, or a hard club. When he buys what you're selling he's going to try to cover you up, or open his hip, and then wham, there you go, spinning the other way. Sink your hips. You'll spin faster, working from one half a man to the other, and you'll gain ground in your spin. After you've sunk your hips, seal with your outside arm. You want to seal his inside leg, trap it, and keep him from recovering. Really through that sealing hand around. The faster you throw it, the quicker your hips will flip. There are lots more coaching points to the spin move. But let's not ever forget the main objective, which is to get to that quarterback. Keep working. If you get blocked, or you get knocked down, get back up, and keep coming, over and over again. That's what life's about. Tell you what. If you can look up, you can get up. Thank you so much for watching. I hope you liked this video. Like and subscribe to Five Star Linemen Academy. There will be several more pass rushing tutorials to come. I want to give a special shout out to my dogs, my D linemen that I've had the privilege of coaching the last 13 years. To my dogs near and far, (dog barking) let's go to work.

Football career

King played with the Cleveland Browns during the 1954 NFL season. After a season away from the NFL, he split the 1956 NFL season between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Green Bay Packers. Later, he played with the Denver Broncos of the American Football League.[1]

He played at the collegiate level at the University of Kentucky.

See also

References


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