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Wide Receiver Drills Offer “Lots Of Catches In Little Time”

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© December, 2005

by Steve Heck
Wide Receivers Coach, Albright College, Reading, Pa.

ONE OF THE MANY challenges facing coaches at all levels of competition today is finding a way to cram as many reps or catches into a compressed time period, without having players standing around.
Wide receiver coaches generally have three opportunities to get the ball flying into the WR’s hands — during pre-practice, individual periods and special-team periods.

Since these periods are all relative short in length, however, coaches must design drills that are easy to organize and allow for a maximum number of reps within a short time.

Our program uses the following drills to get our receivers loose in pre-practice and get them quality reps while focusing on the fundamentals of their ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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