From an S&C angle - injury prevention is not about one single part. The action is very complex and it's very rare that one element is directly related to injury.
Putting the technical aside for a moment, the good coach should be encouraging players to develop generally in the following areas:
- ankle mobility
- knee strength (through strength training of the legs and glutes in pushing and pulling motions)
- hip mobility
- lumbar spine stability
- gleno-humeral strength (pulling strength exercises)
- thoracic spine mobility
- breathing patterns
- neck positioning
Some stuff is easier than others, but most of it can go into a warm up.