101 Receiver Drills by Stan Zweifel, Jake Olsen

By Stan Zweifel, Jake Olsen

That includes new chapters on second-level unencumber drills and complicated catching drills, this up-to-date version of one zero one Receiver Drills is designed to reinforce the basics, abilities, and methods all in favour of potent receiver play. The e-book additionally contains drills for warm-up, route-running, break-point, desk bound and move catching, operating after the capture, and blockading. every one drill is illustrated with a diagram and comprises distinct training guidelines.

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Receivers should work on different shoulder and head combinations. Page 26 Drill #14: Spin-Out Drill Objective: To teach how a spinning release will help in avoiding a restraining defender. Description: On signal from the coach, the receiver should release to the right or to the left of the defender and then spin around and out in the opposite direction. A tight end should use a bust technique. Page 27 Drill #15: Blast-Out Drill Objective: To teach the use of an aggressive release directly over a restraining defender.

He also needs to fight for the ball when it is in the air. Page 101 Drill #83: Alley Oop Drill Objective: To help receivers develop the skills needed to make a catch on a high pass thrown into a crowd of players. Description: Three receivers will position themselves down the field from the passer. The passer will throw the ball high in the midst of the three receivers, who will all try to catch it. Coaching Point: The coach should be looking for athletic ability and the ability of the receivers to go get the ball.

All receivers should release in the same direction. Page 29 Drill #17: Swat and Rip Drill Objective: To develop an inside release against tight man or rolled corner coverage. Description: Two lines of players face each other. One line assumes defensive-ready positions while the opposing (offensive) line is in a two-point stance. Players in the defensive line will extend both hands in a position to jam the offensive players as they release from the line of scrimmage. From the two-point stance, the offensive player should execute a swat and rip move.

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