DEFENSIVE LINE PASS RUSH FUNDAMENTALS - Nevadaby Clinic of Champions
Coach Landweir has another Great D-Line Talk!
12 Commandments of the D-Line!
- Learn drills on the Skate Technique, the Hula Hoop, Pop up Bags, and 2-way go!
- Get your D-Line to get lower on making tough tackles in the backfield! It all starts in the offseason!
- Having trouble with your pass rush out of a 4i? There is a whole Chapter here on it!
- See it all in live action with plenty of Game Film!!!
John Landwehr enters his fourth season on the University of Nevada’s coaching staff and his third season as the Wolf Pack’s defensive graduate assistant.
A native of Sacramento, Calif., Landwehr served as Nevada’s defensive quality control coach in 2015 with a focus on the defensive line. Landwehr assisted in all practices, games and meetings. His responsibilities included video analysis, practice preparation and game planning during the week, and coaching in the press box on game day. The Pack’s defensive line was one of the team’s strengths in 2015, as Ian Seau earned first team All-Mountain West honors and Lenny Jones earned second team All-MW honors.
Prior to arriving in Reno, Landwehr was an offensive graduate assistant coach at Marshall in 2014. Landwehr focused on the offensive line, assisting offensive line coach Alex Mirabal in practice and in games. Landwehr helped the Thundering Herd post a 13-1 overall record in 2014, winning the school’s first C-USA title and winning the Boca Raton Bowl, 52-23, against Northern Illinois. Two offensive linemen earned first team All-C-USA honors on the season.
Prior to his Division I experience, Landwehr coached at Santa Monica College as an offensive line coach and video coordinator from 2012-14. Landwehr helped lead SMC to consecutive American Pacific Conference championships, while the Corsairs led the league in scoring, total yards and rushing in back-to-back seasons.
Landwehr also boasts NFL experience, serving as a football operations intern and team manager for the Seattle Seahawks after graduation.
Landwehr received a bachelor’s degree in secondary education at the University of Arizona in 2011. While in college, he also served as an equipment manager and intern for the Wildcats’ football team.