Coach Pete Jenkins

Defensive Line Coach, Pete Jenkins, started his collegiate coaching career in 1964 after coaching at the high school level for 6 years. He spent 26 years in the SEC working with Mississippi State, Florida, Auburn and LSU. His experience includes coaching 22 All-SEC players and helping 72 players make their dream into reality by getting drafted into the National Football League.

After retiring from collegiate coaching, he was recruited by the Philadelphia Eagles where he served 4 years as Defensive Line Coach. During that time, he also served as a part-time coach for both the St. Louis Rams and the New Orleans Saints.

BRENDAN DALY, Defensive Line Coach – Minnesota Vikings:

Pete is one of the premier defensive line coaches in the history of football, at the high school, college and NFL level, and knows the finer points of defensive line play inside and out. He is able to train any athlete to play to the very best of his ability!”

JERRY MONTGOMERY, Defensive Line Coach – Green Bay Packers:

 “Coach Pete has been a great mentor to me. The drills he teaches transcend time. He’s great at teaching defensive linemen how it’s done! Pete helped me train many players like Pat Williams, Kevin Williams, Jared Allen, Mohamed Wilkerson, and Quinton Copples to achieve their goals.”

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