Receiver-Screen Package Racks Up Huge Passing Numbers
© April, 2003
by Chris Hutchings Offensive Coordinator, Highland Community College, Highland, Kan.
OUR TEAM HAS broken all of our school’s passing and receiving records, while leading our conference in passing in recent years. One key ingredient to this airborne success has been the extensive use of a receiver-screen package.
The following receiver-screen package has been successful against a variety of defensive fronts and coverages.
To make things simple, we’ve introduced a numbering system for play calling. Instead of labeling our receiver positions X, Y, Z and H, we number our receivers and back 1 through 5, beginning the count from the side the formation is called. For example, when “trips right” is called, the receivers are numbered 1 through 5 beginning on the right side.
DIAGRAM 1: Trips-Right Receiver Numbering System.
DIAGRAM 2: Balanced-Set Receiver Numbering System. In a balanced set like our “doubles” look, we’ll always number ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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