New PDF release: 101 Delaware Wing-T Drills (The Delaware Wing-T Series)

By Harold R. Raymond

ISBN-10: 0585089701

ISBN-13: 9780585089706

ISBN-10: 1571671625

ISBN-13: 9781571671622

One hundred and one drills, equipped via place, for constructing the talents and methods necessary to the Wing-T offense. Thorough reasons, diagrams and training tips accompany each one drill. Covers quarterback, operating again, offensive line, and finish drills, in addition to agility and velocity drills.

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Equipment Needed: Three air dummies, footballs. Description: Three defenders with air dummies are positioned two or three yards from the sideline. A center and quarterback are positioned two yards back on the near hash mark, with the running back aligned behind the quarterback. The quarterback receives the snap and pitches to the running back, who breaks up the sideline past the defenders, who try to force him out of bounds. Knee pumping and a proper foot base are necessary for the ballcarrier to maintain his balance.

The tight end and wingback line up on the right side, with the split end and diveback on the left. A cone is placed at the inside foot of each dive position. The quarterback should fake the handoff, then run around the cone and directly at the target to make the pass. The quarterback should immediately get a passing grip on the ball so he is prepared to throw quickly as he comes off the fake. Page 18 Drill #9: Backfield Timing Objective: To practice quarterback-ballcarrier exchanges. Equipment Needed: Two line spacing tapes, footballs.

Coaching Point: The coach should check all aspects of the running backs' stance and takeoff and make sure they are aiming for the correct landmark. Page 43 Drill #32: Option Pitch Drill Objective: To practice receiving the option pitch. Equipment Needed: One cone, footballs. Description: A quarterback is positioned on one knee at a 45-degree angle to the desired pitch point, which is marked with a cone. Running backs form a line at an appropriate pre-snap position. On a signal from the quarterback, the first back in line takes off for the pitch point, receiving the pitch from the quarterback just outside the cone.

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