101 Receiver Drills by Stan Zweifel, Jake Olsen
By Stan Zweifel, Jake Olsen
That includes new chapters on second-level liberate drills and complicated catching drills, this up-to-date variation of a hundred and one Receiver Drills is designed to augment the basics, talents, and strategies occupied with powerful receiver play. The e-book additionally contains drills for warm-up, route-running, break-point, desk bound and move catching, operating after the trap, and blockading. each one drill is illustrated with a diagram and comprises designated training tips.
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Coaching Point: The receiver can go through break-out, in, and hook motions; or he can just stand and face the passer. Page 60 Drill #44: Split Vision Drill Objective: To sharpen receivers' reactions and prevent them from making an unexpected jump. Description: Instead of looking at the passer, the receiver should instead stand sideways and look off to the side. The receiver should be able to see the passer out of his peripheral vision. When the ball is almost to the receiver, the receiver should turn his head, locate the ball, catch it, and tuck it away.
The second step is a leverage step made with the foot well outside the body weight. The third step is an acceleration step in the desired direction, and it includes the snapping of the head and the eyes. A 90-degree turn in marching is also a three-step move, and so is the classic double fake, where the receiver fakes movement toward the direction he is breaking before he fakes and looks away from that direction. To let the leverage step get the foot well outside the body weight, the second fake of the classic double fake is made without a shift of weight.
Coaching Point: By accelerating his leg and arm action and angling just outside the defensive player, the receiver can cause the defensive player to get his feet crossed and turn in the opposite direction of the receiver's cut. Page 42 Drill #28: Approach Running Drill Objective: To develop and teach the skills involved in running routes correctly. Description: The coach will call out a pattern, and the receiver should run the route without catching a pass. Coaching Point: This drill will teach receivers the proper running form required for faking.