Productivity through Multiple Drills Circuits FOR YOUR WIDE RECEIVERS
© June, 2010
by Jake Dodderidge Wide Receivers Coach, Palomar College (CA)
In my short time coaching college football, I have found that there is never enough time for individual work. With so much on the agenda for daily practices, individual periods may only be five to fifteen minutes, depending on the program and day in the week. I believe this period is crucial and should be used as a creative and competitive way to get as much done as possible. Although there are times to work on situations a wide out will face through drills, we have other days where we need more time.
A few examples of what wide receivers should work on are fundamentals of the release, successfully handling the defensive tactics of “walling” and “rerouting”, finishing the footwork at the top of the r ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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