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Drew Wilkins
Assistant Defensive Line Coach
Age:
30
College:
Maryland
Hometown:
Doylestown, PA
Experience:
8

Biography

Drew Wilkins, who originally joined the Ravens in 2010, was promoted to assistant defensive line coach in 2017. Wilkins works with a defense that ranked fifth against the run (89.4 ypg) and finished seventh overall (322.1 ypg) in 2016. Wilkins, who spent the past three seasons (2014-16) as a defensive assistant, was responsible for weekly production of the defensive playbook, scouting reports, film breakdown and assisting with the development of the defensive line in practice. He worked closely with former Ravens OLB Elvis Dumervil, who posted 35.5 sacks in his four years in Baltimore, including a franchise-record 17 sacks in 2014. Prior to joining the Ravens, Wilkins worked as a student assistant while attending the University of Maryland.

2010-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: Assisted defensive line coach Joe Cullen, helping the Ravens boast the NFL’s No. 5 rushing defense...Helped mentor DT Timmy Jernigan, who had the best year of his career, posting the third-most sacks (5) of any AFC DT...Ravens’ defense finished seventh overall (322.1 ypg) and forced the NFL’s fourth-most turnovers (28, tied, Ari. & SD). 2015: Worked alongside the late Clarence Brooks, helping guide the Ravens’ defensive line unit...Defense ranked No. 8 overall (337.4 ypg), posting the NFL’s No. 2 overall unit (291.1 ypg) and No. 1 pass defense (183.3 ypg) over the season’s final eight games. 2014: Worked primarily with the Ravens’ defensive line and outside linebackers...Baltimore ranked No. 2 in red zone defense (42.6%) and ranked fourth in the NFL in rush defense (88.3 ypg)...OLB Elvis Dumervil (a franchise-record 17) and OLB Terrell Suggs (12) combined to produce the most sacks (29) among NFL duos. 2013: As a coaching staff assistant, worked with a unit that helped anchor the league’s 11th-ranked rushing defense (105.4 ypg) and allowed the NFL’s fifth-fewest rushing TDs (7)...NT Haloti Ngata earned his fifth-straight Pro Bowl nod. 2012: Worked as the Ravens’ football video coordinator...Assisted coaching with self-scouting, opponent tendencies and video cutups. 2010-11: Began his career with the Ravens as a football video operations intern from 2010-11.

College: Graduated from Maryland in 2010 with a double major in finance and supply chain management...While attending Maryland, worked as a student assistant under former Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen and current Penn State head coach James Franklin...The Terps earned three bowl bids in Wilkins’ four years working with the team.

Personal: Attended La Salle College (Glenside, PA) HS, where he graduated in 2006 and earned All-Catholic League honors as a senior tight end...Married his wife, Nurit, in July 2016.

Drew Wilkins, who originally joined the Ravens in 2010, was promoted to assistant defensive line coach in 2017. Wilkins works with a defense that ranked fifth against the run (89.4 ypg) and finished seventh overall (322.1 ypg) in 2016. Wilkins, who spent the past three seasons (2014-16) as a defensive assistant, was responsible for weekly production of the defensive playbook, scouting reports, film breakdown and assisting with the development of the defensive line in practice. He worked closely with former Ravens OLB Elvis Dumervil, who posted 35.5 sacks in his four years in Baltimore, including a franchise-record 17 sacks in 2014. Prior to joining the Ravens, Wilkins worked as a student assistant while attending the University of Maryland.

2010-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: Assisted defensive line coach Joe Cullen, helping the Ravens boast the NFL’s No. 5 rushing defense...Helped mentor DT Timmy Jernigan, who had the best year of his career, posting the third-most sacks (5) of any AFC DT...Ravens’ defense finished seventh overall (322.1 ypg) and forced the NFL’s fourth-most turnovers (28, tied, Ari. & SD). 2015: Worked alongside the late Clarence Brooks, helping guide the Ravens’ defensive line unit...Defense ranked No. 8 overall (337.4 ypg), posting the NFL’s No. 2 overall unit (291.1 ypg) and No. 1 pass defense (183.3 ypg) over the season’s final eight games. 2014: Worked primarily with the Ravens’ defensive line and outside linebackers...Baltimore ranked No. 2 in red zone defense (42.6%) and ranked fourth in the NFL in rush defense (88.3 ypg)...OLB Elvis Dumervil (a franchise-record 17) and OLB Terrell Suggs (12) combined to produce the most sacks (29) among NFL duos. 2013: As a coaching staff assistant, worked with a unit that helped anchor the league’s 11th-ranked rushing defense (105.4 ypg) and allowed the NFL’s fifth-fewest rushing TDs (7)...NT Haloti Ngata earned his fifth-straight Pro Bowl nod. 2012: Worked as the Ravens’ football video coordinator...Assisted coaching with self-scouting, opponent tendencies and video cutups. 2010-11: Began his career with the Ravens as a football video operations intern from 2010-11.

College: Graduated from Maryland in 2010 with a double major in finance and supply chain management...While attending Maryland, worked as a student assistant under former Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen and current Penn State head coach James Franklin...The Terps earned three bowl bids in Wilkins’ four years working with the team.

Personal: Attended La Salle College (Glenside, PA) HS, where he graduated in 2006 and earned All-Catholic League honors as a senior tight end...Married his wife, Nurit, in July 2016.

 

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