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OL Drills and Circuits

OL Drills and Circuits

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I. BASIC ZONE AND COUNTER DBL TEAM DRILL PROGRESSION- See OL Fundamentals also 1.

Drill used to work the initial dbl team block on our zone and counter schemes. 2. Set up will be the same for 10/11, 20/21, 30-40 all that will change will be the technique/aiming points that are used on the various plays 3. Divide players into 3 groups (where applicable) i. Coach A- ½ potential varsity players ii. Coach B- the other ½ of potential varsity players iii. Coach C- JV/Sophomore players 4. Part I- “2 on 1” Drill- 10min: (or ½ of that particular period) a. Each coach will divide is group up into groups of 3 linemen b. Each coach will first work 2-on-1 blocks at his station with the rotation drawn below so that each player gets to the inside and outside blocker. c. This will be broken down into two phases i. “Step”- Coach will call out “Step” and players will use appropriate first and second step (base, reach, angle, or pull depending on the play being worked). After taking the fist two steps players will momentarily freeze in the “Fit” position until coach calls out next command. ii. “Drive”- Coach will call out “Drive” once players have taken their steps and aligned in the fitted position. Players will then duck-walk their defender back. iii. Rotate players as shown iv. Put it all together- If there is time, we will put it all together and perform this block without the pause after stepping. The coach will give direction to DLM as to how to react d. Coaching Points (see O-Line Fundamentals for detailed explanations techniques for IZ/OZ/Cntr)i. Reinforce to the players that while they are doing this drill they are not looking at the DLM but will rather have their eyes on the imaginary LB (who will be in the next phase of the drill). “Hands on DLM, Eyes of LB” ii. Rotate the alignment of the defender to an inside and outside shade on the outside blocker to work all possible alignments (as time permits) iii. Switch the play to work the opposite direction (ex. 10 vs 11) iv. There may be several groups of three in each coach’s group. That said, to best utilize time/reps the coach may want align groups side by side and the coach will go down that line having one group go at a time or having all groups go together
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5. Part II- “2 on 2” Drill- 10min: (or ½ of that particular period) a. Each coach will divide is group up into groups of 4 linemen b. Each coach will now work “2-on-2” combos at his station with the rotation drawn below so that each player gets to work the inside and outside blocker. 1

c. This will be broken down into two phases i. “Step”- Coach will call out “Step” and players will use appropriate first and second step (base, reach, angle, or pull depending on the play being worked. After taking the fist two steps players will momentarily freeze in the “Fit” position until coach calls out next command. The players must concentrate on having their eyes on the LB ii. “Drive”- Coach will call out “Drive” once players have taken their steps and aligned in the fitted position. Players will then duck-walk their defender back eyeing the LB and how he reacts to their block on the DLM iii. Rotate players as shown iv. Put it all together - If there is time, we will put it all together and perform this block without the pause after stepping. The coach will give direction to DLM and LB as to how to react d. Coaching Points (see O-Line Fundamentals for detailed explanations of techniques for IZ/OZ/Cntr)i. Reinforce to the players that while they are doing this drill they are not looking at the DLM but rather have their eyes on the LB. “Hands on DLM, Eyes of LB” ii. Rotate the alignment of the defender to an inside and outside shade on the outside blocker and the reaction of the LB to work all possible alignments. iii. Rotate players like we did in the 2-on-1 iv. Switch the play to work the opposite direction (ex. 10 vs 11) v. There may be several groups of three in each coach’s group. That said, to best utilize time/reps the coach may want align groups side by side and the coach will go down that line having one group go at a time or having all groups go together
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Flip the drill to work 11/21 2. a 4-3 front 1.Works the T/Y/B zone blocking vs. Vary the alignments of the DT’s 4. Vary reaction of Y (DE). INDIVIDUALIZED ZONE DBL TEAM DRILLS.20min: (or the entire period): Coach B and C i. Coach B watches backside and Coach C watches frontside 5. Station 2. G (DT’s) and C (MLB) 3. If there is a heavy shade on the C however we will want the C to get a piece of the shade prior to working to MLB to give the BSG a chance 3 .Works the T/G/C/G zone blocking vs. Coach B. T’s can rotate at 10mins Simulates EMLOS which BST will never block in Zone Game Works 20 Works 10 Simulates EMLOS which BST will never block in Zone Game T G T G C G Simulates EMLOS which BST will never block in Zone Game T G T G C G C G C G Depending on the speed of the C and G’s we can either have the C assisted the BSG with a 1-tech or keep him on the 3-tech playside as in 20. Vary reaction of T (WLB). Station 1. Coach A-½ varsity b. a 4-3 front 1.20min (or the entire period): Coach A i.½ varsity c. 4-3 Zone Drillsa.II. T/Y/B. T/G/C/G. B (OLB) and T (SLB) eventually working slants/angles/blitz stunts 3. T’s can rotate at 10mins Works 20 Works 10 T Y T B can come from motion B B B T T Y Y B Practices Kick Y b. Coach C. For working specific aspects of the Zone Game 2.assist with Coach B (or monitor a 3rd station if needed) 3. Divide players into 3 groups (where applicable) a.See OL Fundamentals also 1. Flip the drill to work 11/21 2.

1. The DE may vary his alignment (5-tech. or BS #2) and allow the W to go (treating him like a EMLOS. NOTE: There would be no zone combo with the BSG since they are both covered W E T T G 4 . 4-tech. iii.c. This is an easier situation to handle for the BST. 4i-tech) but regardless of his technique. or BS #3) with a Kick/Fake/Reverse Motion look. NOTE. Once he sees this he immediately know he is taking the DE (since that is BS #2) and B/Q/Z will most account for W (since he is EMLOS. or BS #3) since the B/Q/Z will most account for him with a Kick/Fake/Reverse Motion look. Additional 4-3 Zone Drills: Work the various alignments that BST may say on the backside of the 43 front i. the BST is suppose to rip passed the DE and work with BSG from the DT to the W. In the following example the W is walked up on the LOS. The DE however is on a stunt with the W and is trying to rip across the face of the BST to get into the B-Gap while the W is blitzing off the edge to replace the DE responsibilities.There would end up being no zone combo with the BSG since this stunt would end up with the BST and BSG both being covered W E T T G ii. In this scenario the BST has to sense this stunt and will then seal off the pinching DE (treating him as though he were the W. once the W aligns where he is below the BST knows that the W is not his man and is only responsible for the DE. In the following example. 1.

20min (or the entire period): Coach B and C i. Depending on the reaction of the DE.Works the T/G/C/G zone blocking vs. 4-4 Zone Drillsa. B (OLB or BSDE) and T (SLB) eventually working slants/angles/blitz stunts 3. Coach B watches backside and Coach C watches frontside 5. G (DT’s) and C (MLB) eventually working slants/angles/blitz stunts 3.Works the T/Y/B zone blocking vs. T’s can rotate at 10mins Works 20 Simulates EMLOS which BST will never block in Zone Game Simulates EMLOS which BST will never block in Zone Game Works 10 T G T G C C G Simulates EMLOS which BST will never block in Zone Game T G T G C G C G G 5 .20min (or the entire period): Coach A i. T/Y/B. Station 2. Vary reaction of T (WLB). a 4-4 front 1. Flip the drill to work 11/21 2.4. T’s can rotate at 10mins Works 20 Y is a Bonus blocker in this case Works 10 T Y T B can come from motion B B B T Y Y B T Y b. Vary alignments of the DT 4. Flip the drill to work 11/21 2. Station 1. The B is checking the DE and either staying on the DE (because a X/Z is handling the OLB) or bouncing out for OLB 4. Vary reaction of Y (DE). T/G/C/G. the T or the Y will end up being a Bonus Blocker on 20/21 (meaning he has no man-blocking responsibility) 5. a 4-4 front 1.

In addition to cheating inward. No “HOT” Look: 1. Addition 4-4 Zone Drills: : Work the various stunts/blitzes that PST/Y/B may see on the frontside of a 4-4 front a. Squeeze Stunt by OLB and DEi. ii. blitzes of the edge 6 . An alert is made based on the wider alignment of the DE and/or the tighter alignment of the OLB 2.The play diagrammed is 20. an even front 5. an OLB may also cheat in and up on the line to make it look as though he is going to blitz outside the TE. In that case. If it were 10 the B would be executing a Kick block. When executing this the stunt the DE has a tendency to cheat his alignment from an inside tech (or 7-tech) to a head-up technique to ensure that he doesn’t get pinned inside and is able to slant out to handle the OLB responsibilities. In the following stunt the DE will slant out and the OLB will sneak around and blitz through the C-Gap (will be referred to as a “HOT” stunt). This essentially turns into a 3-on-3 zone combo (gang) similar to the one that a G-C-G would see in a NAT/TAN stunt vs. the OLB also has a tendency to align in closer relationship with the DE which will allow him to execute his Cgap blitz effectively. In the following stunt the DE and OLB will be executed a “SQUEEZE” stunt whereby the DE pinches through C-gap and OLB. 6. 3. Treated as our normal progression with T/Y handling the DE and ILB and the B checking the DE and either staying on the DE (because a X/Z is handling the OLB) or bouncing out for OLB 2.5. Hot Stunt with OLB and DEi. therefore the ILB would end up being handled by the C (#0) and PSG (#1) B E T B can come from motion B Y B b. “HOT” Alert Look: 1. no one would have the ILB scraping outside but the ILB would most likely slow play it with an IZ look from the A-back. If it were 10 the B would be executing a Kick block on backside edge and the T/Y would be zoning the DE to the OLB B B E T B can come from motion Y B iv. How each is handled is also diagrammed iii. In this scenario the Y and B will handle the slanting DE with the B tying to work up to get a piece of the scraping PSLB if possible. So we will work both looks. who is normally walked up on LOS.The play diagrammed is 20. NOTE. In addition to the DE cheating. Below is drawn a “No Hot” look and a “Hot Alert” look to illustrate the difference. The T will need to be alert for a OLB blitz around inside and will end picking him up 4. NOTE.

iv. the PST/Y would not able to get a piece of an ILB scraping outside but the ILB would most likely slow play it with an IZ look from the A-back. If it were 10 the B would be executing a Kick block.ii. The Y will then work his way up to the ILB if possible. the T and Y would handle the “SQUEEZE” stunt with the PST handling the DE (#2) and the PSTE bailing immediately to handle the OLB (#3). The Y must get a piece of the DE (squeeze the DE down inside to PST) as he pinches or else the PST will be out of position which will allow the DE to cause penetration (which kills zone and counter schemes) iii. The B will end up on the blitzing OLB. In that case. The end result will have the Y squeezing down on the pinching DE to hand him to the PST who will then pick him up. His main goal is to not allow penetration. A stalemate is fine in this scenario as the RB will make his read off that block. Penetration will disrupt the RB’s read and could destroy the play.The play diagrammed is 20. “SQUEEZE” Stunt: B E T B can come from motion B Y B 7 . NOTE. Therefore the ILB would end up being handled by the C (#0) and PSG (#1) on 10 v. On 10.

Dbl the DE initially then a release out to SS/C/OLB Works 20 B seals edge then releases to OLB Works 10 B B B Y Y B Y Y B can come from motion Works 20 B seals edge then keeps eyes inside for scraping LB B is a Bonus blocker in this case B Y Y B can come from motion B b. G (LB) eventually working slants/angles/blitz stunts 3. Flip the drill to work 11/21 2. Vary alignments of the DT 4. a 5-2 front 1.20min (or the entire period): Coach B i. 5-2 Zone Drillsa.20min (or the entire period): Coach A i. B needs to practice: a. Dbl the DE with Y and staying with no release to SS/C/OLB but rather keeping eyes inside looking for something trying to scrap over the top b. T/G. Station 1.Works the Y/B zone blocking vs.6. Vary reaction of T (DT). Y/B. a 5-2 front 1. Flip the drill to work 11/21 2. T’s can rotate at 10mins Works Frontside of 20 Works Frontside of 10 G T Simulates EMLOS which BST will never block in Zone Game G T G T G T 8 .Works the T/G zone blocking vs. Station 2. Vary reaction of Y (DE) and B (SS/C/OLB) 3.

c.20min (or the entire period): Coach C i. Station 3.This group can be combined with B to make 1 group with the Coach B watching frontside and Coach C watching backside 5.Works the BST/G/C zone blocking vs. Vary alignments of the DT 4. BST/G/C. T’s can rotate at 10mins Works Backside of 20 Works Backside of 10 G BST works cutoff technique G C Simulates EMLOS which BST will never block in Zone Game T T G C BST works cutoff technique T T G C C 9 . NOTE. G (LB) 3. a 5-2 front 1. Vary reaction of C (N). Flip the drill to work 11/21 2.

If we only use two groups Centers will then go with Coach B to work the T’s “Slam-Hinge” in conjunction with the C’s blocking back on gap schemes.10min (or ½ of the period): Coach A and C ii.See OL Fundamentals also 1. Divide players into 3 groups (where applicable) a. NOTE. This will be done after the initial installation of the Cntr play as this is an advance technique we want to work prior to the season. ii. Variation #1 1. INDIVIDUALIZED CNTR DBL TEAM/TRAP/WRAP DRILLS. penetrating on the C’s back block on our Counter series Variation #1 Y B B B B “Hut” or Snap of ball Y Y 10 . Coach A will work with one group while Coach C works with the other (this is for the earlier part of the year until we feel comfortable and want to make a center station to work the N swimming across the C’s face vs. For working specific aspects of the Counter Game 2. Vary reaction of those playing the LB (ex.Coach C can also work independently of A and B and work a trap/wrap or dbl team station with the JV players 3.Works the trap and wrap technique for G/B/Y’s for 30/31 and 40/41 1.Trap/Wrap Station (½ of B/Y/G) i. iii. 2. shoot C gap.III. Rotate the drill to rep trap/wrap in the other direction 4. Coach C. Flip the drill to work the other side 2. Station 1. Coach will say “Set” to put one B in motion (on bottom of diagram) and “Hut” when he reaches the playside butt cheek of the C ( ) and he will trap the B/Y waiting for his turn to trap. delay blitz) and DE (ex.(all T’s and the other ½ of B/Y/G) c. Trap/Wrap Stationa. wrong arm) as the trappers/wrappers get comfortable with the basics 3. Coach A. ½ of B/Y/G. If we use only two groups Coach B will be with Coach A to work the Trap or Wrap station b. At the sound “Hut” the other B/Y will pull and wrap on the B/Y waiting to trap (the represent the way the rotation would work) 3. This group will rotate with Coach B’s ½ of B/Y/G at 10mins (or the half-way mark) who are working dbl teams 4.Center station (all C’s) i. Below are illustrated two variations on how the drill can work iii. Coach B. B/Y’s align in the normal alignments with extras behind them.

G G G G G G G G iv. This variation would be used if we want to work and G’s and B’s together so that they each see how they fit with the other in this trap/wrap scheme. Variation #2 works 30/31 G B G G B “Hut” or Snap of ball B works 40/41 G B G G B Y Y Y 11 . Variation #2 1.

5. Station 2. wrong arm) 3. play over the top. Or he can use one set up and just flip the G Y T G T Y Y T T G Y G iii. Since the dbl teams of the Counter Series are unique to various front (4-4 vs. Dbl Team Station a.If Centers are at this station they will work blocking back on each other. 4-3 Front Drills1.4. 4-4 Front DrillsG T G T Y Y Y T G Y T T G T iv. NOTE. Vary reaction of those playing the LB (ex. blitz frontside LB delay blitz) and DE (ex. They can also go down and work with Q’s if they are needed until we start the Center Station ii. Flip the drill to work the other side 2. This group will rotate with the ½ of B/Y/G that with Coach C at 10mins (or the halfway mark) 4. shoot playside A gap. Other ½ of G/B/Y and all T’s. 52) below are diagrams depicted each of the various setups vs. 5-2 Front DrillsT T G G Y T Y Y Y T G G 12 . these fronts. Coach can either make two setups and walk from behind one to the other two watch each as they go right after the other.Works the T/G/Y/B dbl teams blocks for 30/40 vs various fronts 1. 4-3 vs.10min (or ½ of the period): Coach B i.

a penetrating DLM and a spinning/swimming DLM backside a. The Centers will take turns blocking back on each other against the following techniques i. Follow same technique above EXCEPT place helmet behind the defender to be able to catch him as he spins (hand placement is the same as above) 2. Once the spin is detected and caught. The C must Angle step flat down the line and get his head in front of the DLM to help stop his penetration. The C will then proceed to swing his butt/legs upfield to take the legs out from under the DLM in the event that he decides to try and spin/swim across the face of the C. 3.Works the C’s gap block technique for 30/40 series vs. The C will then drive the penetrating DLM flatdown the line. Penetrating DLM. if any) 2. Reading DLM/Inconsistent Spinner/Swimmer. 1. Spinning/Swimming DLM.This is a backside DLM who is trying to gain penetration into the backfield to disrupt the play and backside trapper/wrapper. Station 3. C C C C ii. in this scenario. Since. The C’s backfield hand is place in between the #’s on the front of the DLM’s jersey.This is a backside DLM who is not spinning/swimming the C when the BSG pulls/C blocks down on a consistent enough basis to automatically put our head behind him. we are unsure of whether the backside DLM is going to penetrate or spin/swim the C.This is a backside DLM who is trying to spin out or swim across the center’s face when he either senses the C’s down block or when he senses the BSG’s pull away from him. redirect and drive the defender upfield not allowing him to cross your face C C C C iii. All Centers. 1. we need to approach this situation differently since we cannot determine (pre-snap) which side of the DLM to place our head (frontside or backside). The BST will assist slightly in stopping the penetration by using his “Slam-Hinge” technique. The C will begin to crab crawl through the frontside of the near knee of the DLM (stops initial penetration.20min (or the entire period): Coach C 1. Center Station (if used) a. thereby weakening our ability to handle him if he decides to penetrate. We will use the following technique on all of our Counter schemes if the DLM is doing this on a consistent enough basis when the BSG pulls/C blocks down. The C’s upfield hand is placed into the armpit of the DLM 3. 1. PRO’s to this technique13 . 2.5.

a. Requires more coaching and is probably more difficult for the center to do compared to the other two ways described above considering he has to snap the ball prior to beginning his crab-crawl technique. b. This isn’t a big deal since the only two ways the backside DLM can hurt the Counter/Power play is if he 1) penetrates or 2) spins/swims across the face of the C. What we gain in protection (doesn’t matter if he spins/swims/penetrates) we lose a little in terms of movement. This technique handles both of those concerns Legs of C Butt of C Legs of C Butt of C C C Head of C C C Head of C 14 . CON’s to this techniquea. This technique will handle both a penetrating DLM and a spinning/swimming DLM 4.

This is usually done when teams coach their DE’s to come hard down the LOS when the OLM on them (TE/T/B) blocks down. The important word there is “properly” because it is a difficult thing to teach and even though they may be trying to use a wrong-arm technique it is still quite possible that our trapper (if trained well) can still get under and kick out a DE who is ineffective at the wrong-arm technique. There are several important adjustments that our linemen must make in the Counter Series. In this defensive technique the DE utilizes a “wrong-arm” technique on our trapper. b. Additional Trap/Wrap Drillsi. In this scenario the trapper’s trap block should naturally turn into a “log” block as the trapper will be unable to get under a DE who is properly using a wrong-arm technique. DE Using Wrong Arm Techniquea.6. Below are illustrated drills that are designed to deal with each of these defensive actions and our adjustment to them a. When the backside wrapper sees that the DE is being logged instead of kick out the wrapper may need to gain a little more depth into the backfield to avoid a collision with the logged DE and work his way around to pick up the PSLB who is now most likely playing over the top of the wrong-arming DE. B E G B B E G B 15 . c. This creates a HUGE hole as the PSLB is expecting the play to spill outside and therefore is not in position to stop the play when it cuts up inside a wrong-arming DE who is actually still kicked out by the trapper.

When presented with an outside shade/outside rusher we want to Kick-Slide to get us into a position where our nose is aligned with the inside # of the DLM. cut back to an inside rusher).Inside Rushers (Power-Slide) OL has no help 6 8 10 9 Outside 5 7 g. Coach C. ADVANCED PHASE.See OL Fundamentals also 1. The blocker will need to adjust his footwork from an outside rusher (kick-slide) to an inside rusher (power-slide) in that example. Vary the alignments and techniques of the DLM f. rushing outside) then come back in an opposite direction (ex. This will take away the DLM most direct route to the QB ii. If the DLM redirects from an outside rusher to an inside rusher we will redirect our feet from a Kick-Slide to a Power-Slide technique and force the DLM down inside and thereby removing his most direct path to the QB Outside Shade. This Kick-Slide may be as tight as simply doing it in place (as is the case with a DLM on our outside shoulder since are nose is already aligned with his inside #) or it may be a wider step in the event we have a wide-5 technique for example. The DLM will carry out the predetermined rush (and redirect when appropriate) while the blocker uses the appropriate footwork and techniques for that type of rusher e. If the DLM redirects from an inside rusher to an outside rusher we will redirect our feet from a Power-Slide to a Kick-Slide technique and force the DLM to go wide and thus away from the QB 2 Inside 4 1 3 Inside Shade. The blocker will need to take the correct footwork as determined by the DLM alignment. we want to get our nose to his inside # and react to his movement from that position.½ varsity players c. When presented with an inside shade/inside rusher we want to Power-Slide to get into a position where our nose is aligned with his inside #. Coach B. Footwork/Technique vs. Players will be paired together each taking turns acting as the DLM in an inside shade. Split the players up among the three coaches as mentioned above b. INDIVIDUALIZED PASS PROTECTION DRILLS. Coach A.½ varsity players b. outside shade. the various DLM alignments c.Outside Rushers (Kick-Slide) OL has no help 2 Inside 4 3 5 6 7 8 10 9 Outside 1 16 . Divide players into 3 groups (where applicable) a.See OL Fundamentals also i. ii.As the players get comfortable with their footwork we will have the DLM start out in one direction (ex. Footwork/Technique vs. d. Footwork Station: 20min (or the entire period) or can be combined with a 1-on-1 drill with our defensive linemen (10min footwork and 10min 1-on-1 or all 1-on-1’s depending on what we need) a. an Inside Shade/Inside Rusher. Drill used to work proper footwork and technique in our passing game 2.See OL Fundamentals also i. Regardless.IV. an Outside Shade/Outside Rusher. and head up.JV/Sophomore players 3. Focus is on having players us the appropriate footwork vs.

When presented with a wide outside rusher we want to: 1. Be careful not to overset too severely because the DLM can easily rush outside from a head-up alignment.See OL Fundamentals also i. ii. If the DLM redirects from an inside rusher to an outside rusher we will redirect our feet from a Power-Slide to a Kick-Slide technique and force the DLM to go wide and thus away from the QB Inside Shade.See OL Fundamentals i. Footwork/Technique vs. ii. Footwork/Technique vs.h. This will take away the DLM most direct route to the QB.Outside Rushers OL has no help 2 Inside 4 3 5 6 7 8 10 9 Outside 1 17 . If the blocker looks at a point on the defender wider than the inside shoulder. a Wide Outside Rusher. If the DLM redirects from an outside rusher to an inside rusher we will redirect our feet from a Kick-Slide to a Power-Slide technique and force the DLM down inside and thereby removing his most direct path to the QB Outside Shade. a Head-Up Defender. he may set too wide and expose himself to an inside rush. Execute the proper footwork/technique based on whether he rushes inside (power-slide) or outside (kick-slide) iii. The target is the inside shoulder. Narrow our stance to give us better ability to cover more ground on the first step 2. When presented with a head-up defender we want to Power-Slide to take away any inside rush move and to get into a position where our nose is aligned with his inside #. Determine the Junction Point (See O-Line Fundamentals Pass Protection) 3.Inside Rushers (Power-Slide) OL has no help 2 Inside 4 3 6 5 8 7 10 9 Outside 1 i. The defender is only as far upfield as his inside shoulder.

T. G. Power--Slide Station: 20min (or the entire period). Have the defender rush outside (kick-slide) and make an inside rush move from an outside alignment (kick-slide converted into a power-slide) v. Here is an example of how the groups could be set up: E/B Y E T T G T G E T B E/B b. Use to work the Kick-Slide technique vs. an Head-Up or Inside defender in our 50 Series (5-step) iii.4. Coach B. T. Number of groups will depend on number of lineman vi. Groups will rotate after 10mins (or half of the period) vii. One-on-One Station i. Have our OL work against each other or against our DLM in a tight-5.Coach B i. ½ of all varsity lineman (C. Have our OL work against each other or against our DLM in head-up and inside techniques iv.Coach A i. Coach A. an outside defender in our 50 Series (5-step) iii. Number of groups will depend on number of lineman vi. G. ½ of all varsity lineman (C. Kick-Slide Station: 20min (or the entire period). Used to work our Power-Slide technique vs. and Y/B’s if they are present) ii.JV/Sophomore players working Kick-Slide and Power Slide a. loose-5 and wide rush techniques. and Y/B’s if they are present) ii.½ varsity players with Kick-Slide Station ii. For an example of how the groups could be set up see the station above 18 . iv. Groups will rotate after 10mins (or half of the period) vii. Have the defender rush inside (power-slide) and make an outside rush move from an inside or head-up alignment (power-slide converted into a kick-slide) v. Coach C.½ varsity players with Power-Slide Station iii.

G-C-G Combo Station. 2. Coach C. Have our OL work against each other or against our DLM/LB’s iv.5. 1. Here are some set ups for this station: Works C-G backside pass combo vs. Groups will not rotate v. 4-3 (DT’s can be in a shade. Combo Pass Blocks Station i.with JV/Sophomore players working all combo pass blocks a.with all T/B/Y’s working combo pass blocks iii. Coach A. 5-3 with a “STACK” call from C (brings G down on N instead of 1-on-1 blocking the DT outside of him) B N G C B N C G 19 . All C/G’S ii. 1. 5-2 B N G C N C B G Works C-G backside pass combo vs. 4-4 (DT’s can be in a shade.20min (or the entire period). Coach B. or 3-tech) B T G C B T C G Works C-G backside pass combo vs. or 3-tech) B T G C C B T G Works C-G backside pass combo vs. 2.with all C/G’s working combo pass blocks ii. Used to work the combo pass blocks on the backside of our protection iii.Coach A i.

5-2 (T makes a “YOU” call and helps G with DT and they both eye LB) B E Y T T G B T G T Y E 20 . Used to work the combo pass blocks on the backside and frontside of our protection iii.b. All T/B/Y’s ii.Coach B i. T-B-Y Combo Station. If there are a few G’s available the following setups can be worked: Works G-T-Y pass combo vs. Have our T/B/Y’s work against each other or against our DLM/DE’s/LB’s iv. Groups will not rotate v. 4-3 (T makes a “YOU” call and helps G with DT and eyes LB) B E Y T T G T G B E T Y Works G-T-Y pass combo vs.20min (or the entire period). 4-4 (work Hot and Squeeze Stunts) B E Y T T E Y B vi. Here is set up for this station (Y and B can be substituted in the diagrams below) Works T-Y pass combo vs.

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