Category: Offensive Line Drills

WIDE RECEIVER DRILLS CUT AND CATCH

Wide Receiver Drills: The Cut & Catch Drill

There are many important components of catching the football. 1. Focus on the front stripe of the ball. 2. Keep your body balanced as much as possible. 3. Extend your arms and attack the ball to cut down the flight time. 4. Relax your body. 5. Adjust to the ball. 6. Lock it away quickly. [...]

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Principles of Catching the Football for Wide Receivers

Principles of Catching the Football for Wide Receivers When coaching wide recievers, you want to be sure to emphasize catching the football with the eyes as well as the hands. A great way to incorporate this skill into your practice is marking the football with visual aids and having the reciever react using the skill [...]

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LATERAL EXPLOSION LINEBACKER DRILL

Linebacker Drill: Lateral Explosion (with hand shivers)

Lately, I’ve been sharing quite a few explosion drills, and today I’ve got an awesome linebacker drill that moves the explosion to a different dimension – the lateral explosion. This linebacker drill develops good foot work, as well as hip alignment to the oncoming offense. Linebacker Drill: Lateral Explosion (with hand shivers) This linebacker drill [...]

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ONE STEP START AND TAKEOFFS offensive line development 2

Offensive Line Development: One Step Starts and Take Offs

In today’s video blog post, we are demonstrating some fantastic offensive line development techniques and drills for speed and power. Offensive Line Development: One Step Starts and Take Offs One Step Start The offensive lineman begins in his stance, and he takes just a short step with his back/power foot and freezes. Be sure the [...]

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The “Figure 8” Circle Footwork Drill

The “Figure 8” Circle Footwork Drill The Figure 8 is something that you should incorporate into your practice plan every day. It is fantastic drill for quick footwork, that uses PVC pipes that are made into 2 circles, and your players will basically run in a figure 8 pattern around the PVC circle route that [...]

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