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Critical Keys For Evaluating Your Offensive Linemen

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© April, 2003


by Harold Etheridge
Offensive Line Coach, United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.

ASSESSING THE ABILITIES and skills of an interior lineman is one of the most important aspects of an offensive line coach’s job. Many coaches don’t realize the capabilities of their players. Far too often determinations and selections are made solely on a prospect’s height, weight, speed and estimated potential as a football player.

There are all types of offensive linemen out there — short, big, bulky, tall, rangy and athletic. To determine what type you need, you first must determine your type of offense style and philosophy.

For example, if your line prospects are bulky types that generally lack speed, you ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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