By Stan Zweifel, Jake Olsen
That includes new chapters on second-level free up drills and complicated catching drills, this up to date variation of one hundred and one Receiver Drills is designed to reinforce the basics, abilities, and strategies concerned about potent receiver play. The booklet additionally comprises drills for warm-up, route-running, break-point, desk bound and circulation catching, working after the seize, and blockading. every one drill is illustrated with a diagram and contains targeted training guidelines.
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Page 39 Drill #25: Change of Pace Drill Objective: To develop and teach the skills involved in running routes correctly. Description: Receivers will practice giving the appearance that they are running at full speed, when they really are not. This drill will test their ability to turn on their speed against defenders. Coaching Point: This drill will teach receivers how to run at different speeds and further develop their faking techniques. Page 40 Drill #26: Stutter Fake Drill Objective: To develop and teach the skills involved in running routes correctly.
And the receiver should find the ball and catch it in his fingertips. If the ball is above waist level, it should be caught with the thumbs together. If the ball is below the waist, it should be caught with the little fingers together. Receivers should catch, cap, and lock. Page 58 Drill #42: Pass Gauntlet Drill Objective: To teach the receiver to locate the ball quickly and make the proper catch when he is being distracted by defensive players. Description: Receivers form two lines for the quarterback to throw the ball through to the main receiver.
The defensive player should try to extend his hands to the offensive player's chest. Receivers should execute three swim releases to the right and three to the left. When using a right stance and a left stance, both stances should be worked equally. 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.