Woodbury Wing-T Offense
Offensive Numbering System
In the Delaware Wing-T Offense, all plays are called using three numbers. These threenumbers call Formation, Series, and Place where the play is going.The Woodbury Wing-T slightly differs in that instead of using a number to call aformation we will call formations via words. The Delaware Wing T’s 100 call =Woodbury’s “Right” call. Numbering differs slightly from the normal (even/odd system) but will make sense whenyou understand the system. The Woodbury Wing-T numbering system starts from theright and ends left. The number 1 is the far right, five is the middle, and the number nineis the far left.We also number the man/area instead of gaps or holes. Note: when an area such as theLeft TE position shown above.
Play calling may consist of up to five different key elements:
Prefix or Shift Call
: Usually a ‘tweak’ adjustment or a pre-snap shift call.
: Designates the formation to be in right before the snap of the ball.
: The First number designates the Backfield Series (10, 20, 30 etc)
: The Second number designates the hole the ball will be run to. (1-9)
: A word(s) that add additional information to the call
(i.e. “Special, “@ # “, “Trap”, “Rocket Wall”, “Down”, “Power” etc.)
Prefix or Shift/Motion Call / Formation / Series # / “Hole” / Suffix