John Chavis runs Texas A&M defense through the "Attack Drill" gauntlet

It's just a week into spring practice for the Aggies, and new defensive coordinator John Chavis is already trying to increase the physicality and toughness of his defense.

Chavis is running the Texas A&M defense through his famous "Attack Drill," which gets the pads popping and the adrenaline flowing as a player tries to flow downhill through three opposing blockers. ESPN reporter Sam Khan Jr. took some videos of Texas A&M defenders going through the drills, and you can see the intensity and physicality that he wants to instill in his players.

We'll see if Chavis can turn around the Aggies' defense, but this feels like a good start to getting that group to be more aggressive and physical.