The UCLA Football team trains regularly in Cognitive Kali drills via the high performance football training program - Gridiron Combatives. The UCLA Team trains in intensive sessions which include many of the drills developed by the Cognitive Kali Program. The results of this training speak for themselves;
Kenny Clark was drafted on April 28, 2016. The Green Bay Packers selected Clark in the first round with the 27th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. On June 17, 2016, Clark signed with the Packers. Kenny worked with the Gridiron Combatives program using cognitive kali drills for several years.
Cassius Marsh (Seattle Seahawks) and Xavier Su'a-filo (Houston Texans) are two more players that were drafted to the NFL in 2014 and have trained in Cognitive Kali under the Gridiron Combatives program at UCLA.
Datone Jones was drafted #26 in the NFL to the Green Bay Packers in 2013 after extensive training in Cognitive Kali drills. The first defensive player since 2002 to be drafted in the first round Datone took to the complex training drills very well and said that the drills not only helped his own hand speed, but also to be able to see the offensive linemen's hands as well. Check out the PAC 12 video here to learn more.