By Stan Zweifel, Jake Olsen
That includes new chapters on second-level unlock drills and complex catching drills, this up to date variation of one zero one Receiver Drills is designed to augment the basics, talents, and strategies excited about potent receiver play. The e-book additionally comprises drills for warm-up, route-running, break-point, desk bound and flow catching, working after the trap, and blockading. every one drill is illustrated with a diagram and comprises targeted training guidelines.
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Extra resources for 101 Receiver Drills
Coaching Point: The receivers can only turn his head, and not his entire body. Page 64 Drill #48: Clock Drill Objective: To teach the receiver how to make receptions from different positions and with the ball thrown to different locations. Equipment Needed: One net. Description: The passer will throw the ball to the receiver at the 12 o'clock position and the six o'clock position. Coaching Point: The receiver can take a stance facing the passer, with his back to the passer, or facing the passer sideways.
The receiver should circle his hand around the ball and grab it in the original position. Hand Roll (refer to illustration): The ball should be held at one end, with the palm of the hand down and the ball line perpendicular to the arm/hand line. The ball will then be rolled over the back of the hand and the receiver should grab it by the other end and return it to the original position. Globetrotter: The object of this drill is to keep the ball moving as fast as possible and in as many different movement patterns as possible.
Description: The passer is on the hash mark and a group of four or five defensive players are stationed three yards apart on the sideline. The receivers are on one side and pass behind the defensive players. When the passer "pats" the ball, a receiver should sprint behind the defensive players and across the passer's face. The ball should be thrown between any of the defensive players. The defensive players wave at the ball, but avoid touching it. Coaching Point: The receiver should be able to catch the ball as it appears out of nowhere, and have anticipation on a crossing route.
101 Receiver Drills by Stan Zweifel, Jake Olsen