101 Delaware Wing-T Drills (The Delaware Wing-T Series) by Harold R. Raymond

By Harold R. Raymond

One zero one drills, equipped by means of place, for constructing the talents and strategies 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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The partner throws high passes that the receiver must jump to catch. After a specified number of passes, the players switch places and repeat the drill. The coach should emphasize good reception techniques. Page 70 Drill #58: Come Back Low Objective: To improve players' catching abilities. Equipment Needed: Footballs. Description: The ends should be divided into pairs. One player runs four yards, stutter steps or plants, and comes straight back toward his partner. The partner throws low passes that the receiver must bend down to catch.

Page 67 Drill #55: Over Shoulder Behind Objective: To improve players'catching abilities. Equipment Needed: Footballs. Description: The ends are divided into pairs. One player jogs in place with his back to his partner. His head is turned to one side, and his partner throws high, medium, and low passes to the opposite side. The receiver turns his head and shoulders, finds the ball, and makes the catch. After a designated number of passes, the receiver turns his head to the other side and the drill is repeated.

Page 19 Drill #10: Blind Snap Drill Objective: To practice the center-quarterback exchange. Equipment Needed: Footballs. Description: Center-quarterback pairs assume their proper exchange positions on a designated line of scrimmage. The quarterbacks close their eyes and receive snaps from the centers. The snaps should all be surprises to the quarterbacks, forcing them to react to the ball; therefore, no cadence is used. The drill should continue for 3060 seconds. The coach should emphasize proper exchange techniques.

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