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.Clapping Hands. 14. Bottom fist goes down for LASER. 16.. Top fist goes up for ROCKET.Both anus held straight out and forward. LA VA . first digit shown by fingers. ~ ACE .Hands depicting steering a race car. Wrist = 2!3 Inner Elbow = 4!5 Shoulder = 617 Face = 8/9 100's. a. 7. Right side of body ::::: VEN numbers E 2.~. RADAR .Salute (right of left hand) with fingers held tightly together. RED'. BLACK .Right hand below waist in a flicking/waving.Both index fingers pointing to eyes followed by a position sign. J. Left side of body = ODD numbers 1 . f._ 1. 1:' Palm =: Oil c.Pull empty (right or left) hand out of pocket. J.. 6. d. -' ~:r CLEMSON Numbers OFFENSE HAND SIGNALS 1999 1. F orrnations/Motions . ORANGE . e. lL 12..Point downward to the ground with both index fingers.Hit open hand with opposite fist in a fast motion.Turn hand/fingers as if locking a door. motion.Moving h~d straight forward ( as if throwing a dart). 15. extended outward on both hands. lO. LOCK .rubbing hands together as if washing them. R!L . bow as if bowing to your master.Tap wristwatch. MASTER . TARGET . ROCKETfLASER .Rubbing closed right fist in front of right eye. 2. .Same as above then snap fingers. 17. EMPTY RlGHTfLEFT . "P OFF" . Audibles! Adjustments 1. CLOCK . 8. 13. ROCKETILASER QUICK . GREEN . 4 9. . ATTACK . STAY . "P" . spreading fingers open as your hand goes forward. LOOK . 19. .Rub thumb and index finger together .Both fist on top of each other in front of body.Make circle on chest with right hand.Place fingers in front of mouth like smoking a pipe. 5. b.- . ( .Right or left arm raised straight up (fist closed).Hands depicted as if turning a page in a book. INDY . grasp forearm of raised arm with opposite hand. 200'5 etc. XEROX . 18.Rubbing closed left fist in front of left eye.

CREASE . 8.Ann flapping up and down on side of body with elbow bent. RIPILIZ OFF .Arm moving up and down in a wave motion.Closed fist raised above shoulder with right of left hand. Z . r Individual Routes 1. 6.10 inverted "Y" (a house top). . held in front of forehead. RIPILIZ FAR . HITCH . 9. Personnel X . REOILED . RA.Closed fist pressed against right or left side of head. 8. BOW . LION .Open hand (palm down) moved from front to back over top of head.Move both thumbs outward like hitch-hiking. ~:.Reo/Leo signal followed by bringing bath hands together (palms inwards) in front of chest. palm facing downward. 2. 4. .Both hands pressed flat on sides of face. J. 3. 6.fndex tinger rubbed across eyebrows. 5. 16. MOTION .Both hands held behind head. 12. WING (FB) . QB . 5. CURL . 4. 11. RlGHTfLEFT . 15. outward. 14.Move right arm (slanting) in a downward 45 angle. 17. CROSS . CARGO ~ Hold both hands in front of chest (palms up) and move up and down.Salute with two fingers only. 9.Arm moving from left to right depicting motion across.Both fists held together and pushed in to chest. H .Three fingers held above shoulder with right or left hand.Both hands slid down chest. 10. HOOK ._ V. T .Arms crossed.Both arms extended straight out to side at shoulder level. RIrILIZ . 3.Both hands in a fist. Y . SLANT . REOILED BUNCH .Point to Chest F . RAM .Rip/Liz signal followed by hand pushing off. THUNDER RTILT . 7.- Page 2 4. 7.Both hands raised above in the shape of a claw.Using beth hands depict shooting a bow and arrow. WAVE . 5.Right arm extended straight outward with hand curled in. AROUND ~ Right ann extended out and making a circular motion. 13.MIL{ON OVER .Right hand held behind head.Open Hand (right or-left) placed in middle of forehead. ARROW . 18. A «Grab the middle of throat (Adam's Apple) 2.Three fingers held above shoulder followed by fingers crunching in together. REOfLED TITE .Right arm extended straight upward with hand curled in. 6.Hands from .

OUT . 47. SIN . SNEAK .Right thumb and hand motioning out over the shoulder. . t.Both hands held above head and moved across like an airport lineman.Arms extended like the wings of an airplane as if flying. S\VING . 35. Both hands held under rear as if sitting down. SNAIL . 15. Ur .Hold nose with right hand. about a foot apart (Palms facing each other). _9. 36. 24.Rub right hand back and forth on top of head.Both hands held together depicting swinging a bat. 40.Right hand depicting turning a light switch on and off.. 34. 25.Hands held in front. ]2.Raise arms above head like scoring a touchdown. It . PYLON . FLAG ..Right ann waving goodbye. PIGTAll.Rub stomach with both hands. seAT . STICK . FAT .Point with right foot to spot on the ground. TEX . 10. 44. l' 18 . 22.Index finger curled and held behind rear. 39. 43.Position signa) followed by 1. 46. 13. and . GO . X-OPTION . STOP . BITCR & GO .Hands held together under chin with tiny up and down motions.Right hand depicting "slant" signal followed by pointing up.With right hand depict twirling a lasso. THICK ~ Rub both hands on top of head.Both hands cupped together as if sticking a post in the ground.Right hand depicting "out" signal followed by pointing up. 17. SEAM . 28. SKINNY . 16. 14.Right hand hammers down as if sticking a pole in the ground.Both hands held in front of body.Both hands grabbing mouth (Like a fish hook would) OUT & UP .Both index fingers held up above ears.Both hands gesturing "don't know". DRAG (levels) . 21. BENCB . THIN .Right hand curing to body.Right hand held out like stop sign. SAil. CHOICE .· Point with right hand as if shooting a gun. moved up and down. fingers cupped down and moved back and forth as if sliding on a rail. 2. 26. 42. UNDER . RAlls . JET . 20. . 27. HOOK & GO . SLOW . JJ. Hold down and point to the' ground. or 3 fingers held up. COMEBACK .X sign followed by flicking handin an option motion. 38.Left hand sliding down seam of shirt on right side.Act as if surfing on a surf board. O.e Page 3 POST . . SHOOT. FLOOD .FIick right ear with right hand.Left hand patting back. SWITCH . 11. SLANT & UP . SPOT . 32. 23. . 33.Right hand grabbing mouth (Like a fish hook would). 19. .Hands heJd together in front of body and moved slowly apart. . 41. 45. 37. Give thumbs up with both hands and raise them above your head.

Hands rolled over each other in a circular motion.Move hands and arms in front of body back and forth: .Place hands as if taking a snap from center. HUDDLE . MiscelJaneous . REPEAT . FREEZE . .Both hands poi nting as if holding a gun positioned at side of body. 6.Page 4 II I.Both hands come together forming a circle in front of face. QUICK HUDDLE . UNDER CENTER . ERASE SIGNAL . 2. 7.Bod! hands come together forming a circJe over the head. 3. 5.Hug yourself with both arms. SHOTGUN .f e. 4.

.CADENCE· .& .~. HUDDLE .

say "ReadyBreak" and everyone will clap their hands in unison.@® ®~®®® from - A._i. yell "Check. . .Spot .. 4 Yards 1 ®®. The linemen's hands are on their thighs. Formation (& motion) . 3. Check" 5. 2. 4.ex.:. Play . 60 F. Rip (motion) B. Quarterback has complete control in the huddle. in their positions.s. A.' .HUDDLE • " '" ' ~. The Quarterback will then repeat the formation and play. Center fonns the huddle four yards the ball. All move quickly to the line of scrimmage when Quarterback says "Ready _ Break.S. FORMING THE HUDDLE 1.' -------------------------------L.ex. CAll IN HUDDLE PROCEDURE BY QUARTERBACK 1~The Quarterback's command win be given in the folowing order. If you miss the call. ' B. Everyone puts eyes on the mouth of the quarterback and will see what you hear in the huddle. and hustle to the L.O. break the huddle.C." . and their heads are up.

The receivers will ge~the play from the hand signals on the sidelines and line up quickly. FORM ING THE QUICK HUDDLE . 1. .Break" at which time the line will sprint to the . . ' " .QUICK HUDDLE . @-@ t @ ® ® @ ® c. The quarterback will caJl the play to the linemen and backs once and give them a "Ready .S .S.•. CALL IN HUDDLE PROCEDURE BY QUARTERBACK 1. C9 ® 4 Yards t' L.LO. . The receivers wiUline up in the formation called. 2. .i i D.S . The lineman and backs will huddle up on the center four yards from the LO.O. .• 2.

Wrist 213 3. LINING UP . This means they will the second number called. All plays will be designated by a name and a number (generally only the number will be used in play calling).34). Also. The backs and receivers will get the formation and play from the hand signals and will assume their stance.' an d formation ~ilihave 'a designated I . as quickly as possible in' a ready football position..60) and repeat the . -"Deuce 60 . number again.arterback will give the play in a two sequence (ex. Si de of face 819 C.E. .' each skill' posltlon. A. Inside of elbow 415 B. •.O. Shoulder 6f7 . HAND SIGNALS 1..The right side of body is even and left side of body is odd. . . audible. 1.NO HUDDLE 2-4 A. C. Hand 0/1 D. CALLING THE PLAY 1. run 2. The lineman will line up on the L.Thequ. The quarterback will then give the cadence. 34 . 2. The play used will be the first number called unless the quarterback says "Deuce" before the numbers (ex. 2. individual hand signal.Any audible or adjustment will be given next 3.S. . route. Numbers . r B.

The center will snap the ball if he sees someone cross the neutral zone. . The quarterback will make sure everyone is set quickly and the ball will be snapped on the first sound-the quarterback will say "Hit" and.Go"'l.Go"l to try and draw the defense offsides. the quarterback will give the live color and the new play. 16 or 17) will be used to change cadence. When the defense jumps offsides the center snaps the ball. "FREEZE" CALL 1. 2. ArrACK 1. I ' i I B. A.' f+-. . Silent cadence . The play will be given by hands signals to the WRlQS and the quarterback will give the play to the linemen as they get in their stance (with the two-number call).after everyone is set.".Seeeeeet . A dummy number (a number with no play designated to it . : .the ball will be snapped.~'. If they ~o not jump. . . 2.'.~.. 3.Seeeeeet . the quarterback will give a heel tap. and the center will snap the ball two counts later (The center will say'"Go") .CADENCE A..\" '0 •• . CADEr~CE 1. Our cadence will be rhythmic: "Ready . freeze poslticn until the quarterback calls "Chill" which will release everyone from the stance. C. I .. I . 2. The quarterback will say" Ready .. the quarterback will take ~ knee and everyone will remain in the .We will use two ways of calling our cadence from the gun. Shotgun .ex..

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with the receiver to the boundry lining up five . Z will be on the bottom of numbers. Guards: Two feet. Four wide receivers . . 4.-in RipfLiz Y will be one yard inside the hash H will split the difference between the X and the near tackJe. Z will be two yards outside the hash (Note: if formation is into .A.O. The linemen splits win generally remain the same while the backs and receivers alignment will vary depending upon the formation.S. BASICS SPLITS AND ALIGNMENTS 1. Wide receivers when ball is on hash. Pro formatlon. .in Reo/Leo the Y will be five yards from the near tackle and the H will split the difference between the Y and Z.accordlnq to the play. 2. Y and h will split the difference.X and Z will split the difference hash and sideline. A. B. the halfback will have his toes two and half yards off the toes of the fullback. aligned directly behind the fullback (seven and half yards). . offensive linemen and tight ends will come to their B. B. Running B~cks A. A. aligned directly behind the center. AT THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE 1 The wide receiver will come up to their position in a • two point stance • position in a three point stance or a two point stance . the fullback will be directly beside the quarterback at five yards from the ball. Four wide receivers -If quarterback is under center. TIght Ends: Three feet. 2. Tackles: Two feet. The backs. B.The fullback will have his toes five yards from the front of the ban. the boundary. Wide receivers when baIl is in middle. . if quarterback is in the shotgun. B.iII be in a two point stance five yards from the front of the ball. Pro formation .S. . Pro fonnation (RightlLeft) • X will be five yards from the sideline. Four wide receivers (RiplLizIReo/Leo)· X and Z will be on the L. then X and Z will switch assignments.O. Y and H will be in the slot position one yard off the L.X and Z will line up on the numbers. C. c. yards from the sideline and the wide receiver to the field will be tined up five yards outside the hash. the fullback w. A. 3.

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Play fake counter trap protection. 5. 3. o .Play fake counter trap protection.Play Fake Zone.Play fake toss sweep strong protection. 3.P32 . 6.Three step aggressive man proteciion{cut).-. Inside Trap Draw Zone 46147 Toss Weak 48/49 Toss Sweep Strong 22123 c.Formation runs 10 QuarterbackSneak 3 Wide receiver runs 24/25 36/37 18/19 30/31 Four wide receiver runs CAt 18/19 24/25 30131 32133 36137 22123 1Q .5 Man Protection D. 324 1 325 .Quick screen to slot receiver. Holes are numbered over the offensive linemen.Five step gap protection. DROP BACK PROTECTION 1. All players ending in even numbers go to the right side. HOLE NUMBERING NUMBERING SYSTEM & PLAY RECOGNITION SYSTEM 3-4 1.Five step sprint out. 7 -5 o 00 3 10 e o 2 00 4 6 o 8 o 10 o B. 424 I 425 . 3. 3. The receiver will be designated by his position being called (ex. 560 1570's .Middle screen to wide receiver. 2. Radar 1 Lava .336/337 .Nways to TE. 56157 . 280'5 1290's .Quarterback sneak Speed Option ( Shuffle) 24/25 Counter Trap Counter Trap 34/35 Belly . .Read screen to tailback with quarterback option to go back side as a double screen. ·2.Perimeter screen with FB playside. man protection.260'5/270'5 . . PLAY ACTION PROTECTION 1.448/449 . A. 4.c. They are used as a directional tool only for run plays and to determine right side or left side. 1. .Five step drop (or shotgun).. .man protection.Five step (or shotgun) sprint out. gap protection . 2. 160'5 1170's . any play called with a "P" before the number means the run fake will be carried out before setting up to pass or sprinting out (ex. E. 58 1 59 . PLAY RECOGNIT10N .SOY) . 6. 60's J 70's .RUNNING GAME 1. 80's 1 90's .SCREENS . 50 I 51 . Also.Play Fake Zone. 4.446/447 . . 2.436/437 . 7. . All players ending in odd numbers go to the left side. S.Play fake toss sweep weak protection. 4.63).

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..••.....•..•. LASER.. ORANGE....... LOCK.•. BACKER.•••.•.4-2 AUDIBLE & ADJUSTMENTS TERMS XEROX. Means a run actionwill be faked on a pass play.• udibJe to keep HB I FB in for protection.•...•. ATIACK .•.•• an block run scheme.•..••..'. gold) ....••••• Spike ball down to stop clockOTHER COLORS (yellow.......•..•...•••...... ROCKET •.•. Run GREEN Live color (co~ld be changed per game plan).••• Block scheme calJvs odd front that puts fuHback on inside linebacker... Stay in orginaJ play called..••.•••... MAN ••••••... . second number called in cadence..... '• M INDy••.•••••••••.•••..•.•. "CLOCK" •..•. Tempo Control (also certain plays identified).. .•.....•.••••.••...••.•••. .•• Alertcall that signifies· potential backside blitz.' 160 Hitch....••. .......p ex.. play other side (ex.......••.•••••••••••••••...•.•........••.••..•.•. BLACK.•.•....••.••.. 570 Nuts protection.•••.... . . RED ••••••••••........••••...••••.•....•.• "Freeze" numbers (could be changed per game plan). 16..•. DEUCE ....••.•..P34-63...•....•...•......... protection responsibHities..~ •••......•••...••..••.•.•....•.....•..•••...••..•..•..•••••..••.. Hitch route..•••......•.•..id~ tackles to eight yards deep.•.•••.••..•••....•••• FuUback and playside tackle exchange pass ....•.•.••••••.•. ...••~ u ~tl' •• run ..•.••.. .•.•.... _ 170 Hitch".•..•••••..••••••••••••••••...•. HOBO .••.•.•.•••. Snap ball on first sound ("Hit") as soon as offense is s~ . .•••...34 becomes Same ... '' FAN •........•.....•. :.••..•. BACK ....••.. . Area two yards outs. .... 560 Nuts protection.Man adjustment call (speed option STAY ..•..IC4 ..FuUback and p[ayside guard exchange pass protection responsibilities.•. A "BOX" .............. ..•...•..••....•.•.••••• ~ II (35) ..••.. Hitch route.•...•.•••••.. . .•••••..•Dummy calls unless changed through game plan.••.••. :••..•.•••••.•••••••...

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Cornerbacks F .HalfbackMfeak side slot Y .. Middle linebacker (or weakside linebacker) W . wideout TO light end RT .Free Safety $ . OFFENSIVE PERSONNEL F .Strongside wideout X . Tackle weak side S . rush end ' T .Sam Strong side linebacker .Nose Guard R .Strong Safety 6-2 w R F M N o @@0®®@ @ S 'T E $ / c ffi B. weakside outside linebacker (or drop end) C .. M .Strongside Slot Z .Ed. Defensive Personnel E ..Weaks ide.Center.0.Left tackle ' 08 ~Quarterback \ . c OFFENSIVE & DEFENSIVE PERSONNEL A.Mike. LG .Tackle.Right guard C . strong side N .left guard l T .Ram.Will.Right tackle RG .Fullback H .

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I r-----~------------------------------------------------~~_ . CD 321 CD rn SHADE WEAK o 123 CD 414 5 769 8 CD GAP N CD SHADE STRONG <D (])~CDCD<D... light ends aJign their inside foot on tackles inside fool . .~ .. f:. .. O· 0 EVEN -R1GHT 0 .'.}·:t r: ~.~ .~ .. Nonnal splits of Offensive Linemen and Tight Ends are a two foot: split across the line... . ODD-LEFT AND SPLITS FOR LINEMEN . . ~. 967· CD 5441. Tackles will align their inside foot on Guard's inside foot. . ·7 o 5 0 ALIGNMENT ·4 6. .~~ . '.~ -.. An'outside shade alignment is 3-5-9. Tackles and Tight End will be referred to as denoted below. A split can be adjusted according to certain plays.. ' SPLITS: .r HOLE NUMBERING 2 . 6 . ·8·'.~~ ..C~ .. Guards. ~~t .~~:. An inside shade alignment is 141-7. LINEBACKER TEAC: 30 TECH :" N ([) <D m <D<D (1) 10 TECH N <D CDmCD<D ([) 40 TECH T S . c 8 DEFENSIVE TECHNIQUES The alignment of Defensive Linemen and Linebackers on the Center. . Guard "fill align their foot 1" behind Center'~ heel. ALIGNMENT: Assuming their stance.: . The numbers relate to head up alignment as 0-2-4-6. CD <D rtl () () () N T8 <D () ~()CD<D T M T 5 <D <D moco 'E .. ~t. .

-------- 6-5 DEFENSIVE RECOGNITION ':. to know the location of the •defender. The center will call out either odd or even fronts. 4.. if they are covered by a defensive linemen. we will eventually evolve tc categorizing our plays with defensive fronts. 7'To allow the quarterback to know front alignment and technique alignment of •defensive linemen. _. ~ CALLS OF DEFENSIVE FRONT It is imperative that offensive linemen learn and call the multiple alignments used by defenses because our blocking schemes and rules will be predicated on blocking defensive fronts. . £To assist in making blocking rules applicable and consistent 3'To alert offside linemen pulling playside. 2. This will enable us to make it easier to remember blocking assignments. S'To recognize alignment from a possible adjustment where the defense is 'trying to gain an advantage with a stunt or slant 6 To develop good communication. \ IMPORTANCE OF DEFENSIVE RECOGNITION 1 To establish the alignment of the defender to be blocked.technique call on all plays. The right guard and tackle will make a technique alignment call.--------- - . The left guard and tackle will make a technique call. 3. . 4 To initiate a good habit of obtaining a pre-snap read. The tight ends will make a 6·7·9. As we learn our blocking schemes and apply them to each front. The tight end side or the wide side will be recognized ~s the dominate side of the defense. We must eliminate mental mistakes by KNOWINGYOUR ASSIGNMENT. I COMMUNICATING THE CALL When the defensive front declares their assignment. if they are covered by a defensive linemen •. PROCEDURE 1. and mental mistakes. the call will be made loud enough for the opposite side tackle to hear. prior to the ball being snapped. He will also make a recognition call of a middle linebacker. to improve execution.

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c. or strong safety. Usually has five (5) or (6) rushes.. Choke . With no free safety in center field the secondary usually takes inside position on all receivers to take away the post route.' . . . The strength of Cover 0 Is playing man on aJlbacks and receivers with the ability to bring more than four (4) rushes with a variety of twist. Coaching Point: Most "man" coverage is well disguised except with a secondary blitz from the weak comer. IV. III. or blitzes to confuse the protection of the quarterback. . Bump & Run .. dogs. Press .defensive back playing in a bump position and trying to· disrupt the tight end and quarterbacks timing off the line of scrimmage • . c.c. This look is to make the wide receiver hesitate and adjust his route as he would vs Bump & Run. V. The safties have to give away the blitz by moving to cover the receivers . II.defensive back playing 3 . THEORY 7-2 ZERO COVERAGE Cover 0: is a full man coverage with no free safety help to the post and could be accompanied by a blitz from the defensive front. The weakness of Cover 0 if the comers and safties have no inside help deep.. The linebackers are man on backs.. b.4 yards off receiver without contact. Variations .defensive back playing in a bump position and trying to disrupt the wide receiver and quarterbacks timing off the lin·e of scrimmage. a.c· ) . free safety. I.linebackers and/or defensive backs.stunts.

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This look is to make the wide receiver hesitate and adjust his route as he would vs Bump & Run. . The coverage could be accompanied by a blitz.~ II. are man on the backs and IV. from the defensive front. Bump . stunts.4 yards off receiver without contact. \> III)The weakness of Cover 1 is the linebackers weakside slot receiver.defensive back p~aying in a bump position . free safety and the backside linebacker (usually will) can play the robber. and trying to disrupt the wide receiver and quarterbacks timing off the line of scrimmage.. Robber . d. Press .the secondary disguising either the free or strong safety to rob the curl to crossing route while the opposite safety shows cover 1. b.defensive back playing in a bump position and trying to . to bring more than four {4} rushers with a _variety of twist. strong over the top or weak over the top . THEORY Cover 1: is a man coverage with free safety help either in center field. The strength of Cover 1 is playing man on aU backs and receivers with help from the free safety in the deep middle and/or over the top strong or weak. Usually with five (5) rushers. Variations a.defensive back playing 3 . v. linebackers and/or defensive backs. The defense also has the ability.c 74 ONE COVERAGE I. or blitzes to confuse protection of the quarterback. Sometimes the strong safety can be in man coverage with ." . disrupt the tight end and quarterbacks timing off the line of scrimmage •. c. Coaching Point: The strong safety is usually the only defensive back to alter his alignment in Cover 1 by moving inside on YlT for leverage in coverage. Choke . doqs. & Run .

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allows the chance to collision all receivers and disrupt their routes. Match . Two Cram . III. vertical release on the two deep half field defenders • .the support position.When the weakside safety and comer exchange assignments in coverage and run support. V. The comers basic job is to funnel the wide receiver to the inside and play the outside flats. c. Variations a.2Y=Cover 2 and man coverage on Y). .The secondary disguising either the free or strong safety to rob the curl to crossing route while the opposite safety shows cover 2. Forces the offense to throw a harder pass.Matchup between underneath 'defenders reading 1·2 and 2-3 and pattern reading for drops. II. . Tag . (Example . The funnel is very important to allow the half field defenders to get their depth and position. '\ . The . Also. b. The strength of Cover 2 is that five (5) of the seven (7) underneath zones are covered. ~' . r L. THEORY Cover 2: is a zone coverage. Robber . The strong safety will cover curt to flat e.7-6 TWO COVERAGE I. Safety will align in . d. It gives very good coverage versus the quick game. Sometimes the backside linebacker (usually win) can play the robber.. Five (5) of the seven (7) underneath zones are covered with two (2) defensive backs playing deep haff coverage.IV. Coaching Point: The area between the rolled up defenders (comer and linebackers) and the safeties is a void which can be to the offenses favor when the receivers get vertical quickly. ) .Inside or outside underneath defenders may match up and play man ' coverage with the two zone overtop. linebackers have a normal hook to curl drops. Two Sky • From a cover sky alignment with a free safety and strong comer playing the half field coverage. The weakness of Cover 2 can be if three or four receivers g~t a fast.

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A rotating three (3) deep zone defense with four . '~ 7-8 ' THREE COVERAGE Cover 3: is a zone coverage. THEORY V. I.~1l1e weakness of Cover 3 is only four (4) of the seven (7) underneath zones are 'defended. ...c. The strength of Cover 3 is the three (3) deep passing zones are defended. ' IV. (4) of the seven (7) underneath zones covered. Cloud .Comer alignment where he shows bump and run I press coverage.rhe quick game and short outside zones are left open. Match . and a four (4) man rush. '. The' direction of the rotation 'can be strong or weak determined by flow of the ball or a call by the defense. (Example . c. Coaching Point: The quick game and short outside zones are left open.Inside or outside underneath defenders may match up and play man coverage with two zone overtop. C.'$' Variations a. 1II. Tag .Comer plays a hard jam funnel technique and defends the flat rather than curl first b. . . On ' the snap he will bail out to play deep one third (1/3) coverage. e.3H=Cover 3 and man coverage on H). II.. ' d..~ .Matchup between underneath defenders reading 1~2and 1~ and pattern reading for drops. Bail . Robber· The secondary showing cover three (3) and the free safety robbing curl to crossing route.

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. This is a four deep coverage which reads the routes of receivers and backs to determine leverage on each quarter. III. Can be disgui~~d from a cover 2 'oak. IV. Coaching Point: Play action passes give linebackers problems in defending the run and pass. safety and comer will play quarters depending on the route of #2. V. The .7-10 FOUR COVERAGE " I. THEORY Cover 4: is a zone reading' coverage. and play zone responsibility. n:"'The strength of Cover four (4) is four deep defenders aganist the deep ball. On the snap he will bail out to play deep one quarter (114) coverage. The linebackers have coverage based on the releases of receivers and backs.·The weakness of Cover four (4) is the linebackers will be reading receivers )trying to cover backs. This allows help on all verticals in addition to the possiblity of playing #1 from post to curl. Gives great run support from the safeties to give an almost nine man front. Bail· Comer alignment where he shows bump and run I pass coverage. Variations a.

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Use Post drive technique when covered. Block to echo of the whistle. you should begm reaching the ball out to the tailback. Block playside A gap. While taking your two gathering steps. Vs Me Block playside B gap .Open d~p to. weak "Me call".S.S. (:'Jways open up to th~ call side. (keeping your knees bent) and prepare to hand off the tailback. Pause.O.Use post drive technique when guard covered vs down call block hard B gap.Center Backside Assignment v s any backside post drive (You call).) Your next tw? steps will be gathering s. After yow. Block to echo of the whistle. Vs Me call down Position . Vs A gap defender. H Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). F . Release outside & block support player. pull your bands back to your belly and and sprint past the L. Their should be a "You call" counter pull & dig C I gap area.5 o'clock. Block lst man outside BST ("Bn to "e" gap). sight BSTs block. A gap threat You call made & block backside A gap.$ 54 Over Frontside Assignment Vs no A gap defenderin L. Guard call B gap defender in L. Slide step (simulate 42/43 OD 1st step). Release inside protect C gap area to s.BST gap. attack PSG's butt. After handing off. but you will gam ground with each of them. 'YS beadup nose block A gap. . Block backside cutoff. Aim at BSG .teps. block B gap. Tackle T Counter pull technique . Block lvIDM 00 the run support. you should set your feet.block plays ide linebacker.O.afety. Pull kick or log 1st thing off butt of tackle. \VR QB . Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route).O.S.third step.

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• 54 Over Frontside Assignment Reach playside A gap . The pitch should be fiat without spin. T F Aim st outside hip of tight end. release to sell go route). Release vertical with eyes down field (always release to sell go route). Stack call A gap strong to backside linebacker..base reach vs wide 8 technique .O. Pitch the ball softly but firmly to the tailback's numbers.FS M 48/49 - $ w . Block on to over . Block 1st down lineman on to inside I vs I can protect center to backside linebacker. Block to echo of the whistle. Tackle Chute technique. 1\ C-~~B_]_OC __ ~ QB • Reverse pivot to 7 o'clock. . After eyeing in the pitch. Sweep puU & block support: outside leverage Stack calltG" pull for playside backer outside leverage. Block backside j cutoff. You should boot ast the L. mike linebacker.: c . DO NOT HURRY into the fake and do not watch the play after the tailback has received the ball.technique.Wide callI man on and one outside Sting call: Call techniques. k_to ec_h_o_o_f_th_e_w_·~ru_·s_ue_. Block comer. the quarterback will fake the bootleg with his hands to his stomach. Stack call block Position Center Backside Assignment Chute technique. __ H \VR ~ Release vertical with eyes downfield (always.chute. React inside out of tight end's block. Block the sam linebacker.S. Guard Chute technique. On stack call block MDM on the run support.

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Pitch the ball softly but firmly to the tailback's numbers. mesh with Z. l1. Release inside crack near safety on third WR using trap block.Y. Position Protect A gap strong: base reach on over. the quarterback will fake the bootleg with his hands to his stomach and block support from inside om. Center "0" rule for playside linebacker.. Fake ~8/49t "0" rule .block support. Block first down lineman on to inside: •. Guard 48... Block 48. F Run 48/49. vour tob to mesh . .54 Over c. Backside Assi Block 48 . The pitch should be flat without spin. sell the toss. H Release vertical with outside one step and reverse back towards the halfback.. . After eyeing in the pitch.. Tackle T Block 48 & protect B gap then use peal technique. Cradle the ball into belly Block to echo of the whistle.two counts then seal backside. r •• Release inside protect A gap: thee trap rule. QB • Reverse pivot to 7 o'clock.

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. then flip the ball to the slot coming behind you . . Block to echo of the whistle.. ' Block 36 runs for one step then work down Guard Tackle run to the defender. reverse back towards the halfback. n.T F -Simulate 361 37 action.. the LOS away from the call and trap the fiat Block 36 runs for one step then work down the LOS away from the call and ~ back and look for the first defender to show. QB -Take 36/37 steps.. release to sell go route). away rom ac 1 e.. ~~~~~~ mesh ... Block to echo of the whistle. run by the back' slow down.. Y Release vertical with outside foot one step and outside arm using trap block..... Cradle the ball into belly and secure ball to Z -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always down defender. Work YOUfrselfbint0ksa'dPosiUD'on to wall . Block man over I cover X Release inside crack near safety on third level.. 0 not ...... "' . the LOS away from the call and seal the threat inside the pit.I I ( !e I c ·W $ c M N s 44 Over Frontside Assignment Position Center Backside t ( Block 36 runs for one step then work down......

Protect A gap I clamp). Block to the echo of the whistle.O. Block man over I cover down defender. Position Center Backside Assignment Protect Backside A gap to level 2 I level 3. Block to the echo of whistle. Sight snap. Never block end man on L. expect F Y Release bard to outside shoulder of cover down defender. Man on man outside block man on: Protect B gap to level 2 I level 3. Block to the echo of the whistle. No threat protect C gap to level 2 I level 3. Block man over I cover down defender. DO threat protect B gap (chip Block A gap threat. vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). step at inside leg 'of PST.S. .meet force with force if EMOL attacks you. Cut his outside knee and lor secure block with stalk. x --Release Z -Release verticalwith (" ~--------------------------------~----------------------------------QB eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). Block B gap threat.18/19 FS c 55 Frontside Assignment Oyer I Playside A gap to level 2/1evel 3. No threat protect B gap Guard Tackle T to level 2 I level 3. pitch if EMOL attacks QB.

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Run 24f2.block playside line. Block man over I cover down defender.Use post drive technique when quard covered vs down call block hard B gap. F Y Release hard to outside shoulder of cover down defender. post drive (You call). vs beadup nose .' techniaue when covered. Vs Me call B gap defender in . Cut his outside knee and lor secure block with stalk.S. Position Center Guard Tackle T Backside Assi eDt ( call". Use Post . B lock to the echo of the whistle.S rules.S.O. block .24125 -FS c M $ 'C 44 Overstack Frontside Assi ent . Block man over I cover down defender. weak "Me .S. Block to the echo of the whistle. Block to the echo of whistle. their should be a "You call" counter pull &dig C I gap area. Vs Me call down block A gap. Pull kick or log 1st thing off butt of tackle.Vs any backside A gap threat You call made & block backside A gap. Reverse pivot. vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route).' ease inside protect C gap area to safety. Block playside B gap . QB . backer. Simulate 36f37 until you mesh with QB.O. x --Release Z -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always c release to sell go route). L. Release outside & block Counter pull technique . Vs no A gap defender in L. Vs any A gap in the L.O. Block playside A gap.

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. Guard Half zone playside gap: Levell to level 2: zone). w s c $ Chute "G" 44 Over Frontside Assignment Half zone playside gap: Level I to level 2: Position Center Backside Assignment Scoop (112 zone) Quick. . Cut his outside knee and lor secure block with stalk. Block to the echo of whistle. roll downhill to the inside leg of PST. this block to determine traCk. vertical with eyes down field (always release to sell go route). Tackle T Scoop (Quick) Quick chute technique .' support player. Y Release hard x --Release QB man Z -Release release to sell go route). Block over I cover down defender. Read to outside shoulder of cover dowu defender.. C' (zone). chute technique. Block scheme .. Block to the echo of the whistle. Block man over I cover down defender..36/37 FS -. Open-crossover. . Block scheme . Block scheme Scoop (Slip) Quick chute technique . Half zone playside gap: Levell to level 2: (zone). Chute technique. F . vertical with eyes downfield (always Block to the echo of the whistle. stay on QB level until mesh.

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after exchange. pull and block playside linebacker. If covered. while always protecting your inside gap Tackle If uncovered. block B gap defender. jab stepsell sprint out.22/23 FS $ c Frontside Assignment Position Center Backside Assignment Uno with guard to backside backer Uno with center to backside backer. Snap set #2 LOS and invite him upfield. uard If covered. find F tackle and press the outside of his bloc B· (Alt . If uncovered. replace tackle on 'you' call. make ·you' can and block C gap defender AUgn away from call (unless flip).

uncovered Tres call. Press PST's bun to determine bang or bend. Block man over f cover down defender. over or A gap strong: trail technique: uno / quick technique on stack LBer. call vs uncovered: Dos call.Open to 5 o'clock on call side and sprint to the fullback. Z -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). uno 112 zone technique protecting C gap: use trail I lead technique covered. Scoop shade weak: 112 zone man on over base reach: using trail I lead technique: covered call or quick Center Guard Tackle F H-Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). ork trail technique with BSG. 1/2 zone tee que protecting B gap. Be aware of a quick slip or slip call. Block man over / cover down defender. ~1 ~ E 44 Over (Alt 1/2 zone man on. After handoff. Block man over I cover down defender. get your hands back to your hip and boot [0 backside. Block to echo of the whistle. . 1/2 zone technique protecting A gap: trail I lead technique. Begin reaching the ball out to the back on the . Block man over I cover down defender. QB . uncovered guard Dos call.second step and hand off on your third step as deep as possible. Crossover step at PST's bun. Block to echo of the whistle. Y -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route).Jj_/37 FS R Trail / Lead OOwci cj Position Backside Assignment Protect backside A gap to backside LBer. Block to echo of the whistle. Stack weak( (slip I quick slip) scoop shade weak). X -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). Block to echo of the whistle.

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I QB . Block to echo of the whistle . . . Block to echo of the whistle. Then continue to drop three more steps and set up for pass. F H-Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route).Reverse out away from call side < when reversing out. . JJl/31 FS 44 Over Frontside Assignment Position Center Backside Assignment Block backside A gap to backside linebacker. clock step and hand it off to the fullback on your second step. Block to echo of the whistle. Block man over / cover down defender. Block man over I cover down defender. Work apex to playside linebacker .. Y -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). ' . X -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell g'~ route). Give a technique call: Set/show pass then dig out first man off tackles bun. Block to echo of the whistle.C" • . . feel for SSG and PSTs block. Work ape'x to backside linebacker. aim at PS leg of center. Guard Pull and trap the A gap area I you should get a three or four call. Tackle Drop step. Block man over I cover down defender. Block man over / cover down defender. Z -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). Do not drag your back foot 0' with a deep six _.

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'"-f release to sell go route). BI9Ck to echo of the whistle. X -ReJease vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). Wedge blocking / Inside gap. H-ReJease vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). Follow the double team of the center and guard. Block to echo of the whistle. I ~--------------------------------~~--------------------------------QB . vard every inch counts. Z -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always C. Position Center o Guard Tackle Backside Assignment Wedge blocking / Inside gap. hesitating or standing up. Always push for.. Block man over I cover down defender. Wedge blocking I Inside gap.Take the snap and secure it firmly while not taking any false steps backwards. Swing away from call. Block man over I cover down defender. Block man over / cover down defender.. . Block to echo of the whistle. F Y -Release vertical with eyes downfield (always release to sell go route). Block man over I cover down defender.lJl. FS M' s T ~ E 44 Over C'" Frontside Assignment Wedge blocking. Wedge blocking I Inside gap. Block to echo of the whistle.

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lOW. 6. THEN QUICK LOW SWIM MOVE INTO THE DIRECTION. GATHER c·~ 5.BEHIND THE COACH WILL THROW THE BALL IN EACH MANNER. C. SPEED . 4. STANCE AND STARTS 2. HIGH. c~ . COMEBACK WR TAKE 2 STEPS. 2 GATHER. WRLlNE WILL SAY "BALL". BACK TO THE BALL WR'S BACK IS TURNED TOWARDS THE COACH.CLEMSON TIGERS: WR DRILU TECHN. THEN TURN AND FIND THE FOOTBALL (SPIN RIGHT) 2 STEPS. PURPOSE: HELP WR LEARN TO ADJUST TO THE BALL 3 QUART. THE COACH WILL THROW THE' BALL. C. WR WATCH THE BALL ALL THE WAY INTO YOUR TUCK 3 QUART. 3. SPEED 7. ONE HAND CATCH WR CATCH THE BALL OVER OUTSIDE SHOULDER WITH ONE HAND. BLURR DRill PURPOSE: TEACH WR TO CONCENTRATE ON THE BALL DURING TRAFFIC.: DEFENDER DO NOT TOUCH THE BALL. 1.P. THEN THE WR WilL QUICK TURN (LTIRT) CATCH THE BAlL WITH HIS HANDS.P. BUMP (SWIM) WR QUICK "FOOTFIRE" OPPOSITE DIRECTION. SWAP DEFENDERS HANDS DOWN.

P.: CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR THE BAlL UNTIL THE WHISTLE BLOWS.~ .RELEASE PURPOSE: TEACH WR TO SEAT PRESS COVERAGE AND GET UP FIELD 13. GATHER-COMEBACK . WHILE RUNNING NOT TO ALLOW THE DEFENDER TO TAKE THE FOOTBALL . SPEED WR PUSH THE DEFENDER WITH NO RESSISTANCE QUICK CHOPPY STEPS WITH A WIDE BASE. RUN AGGRESSIVELY THROUGH TACKLI::RS. 12. BLOCKI~G (BOARDS) PURPOSE: TEACH WR HOW TO BLOCK 3 QUART.B." . SPEED . BLASTER PURPOSE: TEACH WR TO BE PHYSICAl. SPEED 10. C. . 3 QUART. STRIP DRILL PURPOSE: TEACH PLAYER AFTER THE CATCH. BUMP . THE HIGHEST POINT.t 3 QUART.1 9. JUMP BALL PURPOSE: TEACH WR TO AGGRESSIVELY ATIACKAND CATCH THE FOOTBALL AT . LOW WITH HANDS INSIDE BREAST PtA TE (PHASE #1 ) (PHASE #2) FULL SPEED BLOCKING . 3 STEP . SIDELINE PURPOSE: TEACH WR TO MAKE AN EFFORT TO GET 80TH FEET IN BOUNDS' NEAR THE SIDELINE. " 11. . .

OPEN FIELD PURPOSE: TEACH WR TO BLOCK 1 ON 1 AGGRESSIVELY. WHilE THEIR FEET NEVER CROSS (SHUFFLE}. CONE CUTS TEACH WR TO RUN FULL SPEED AND DOWN WEIGHT (PATIERNS) AT EACH CONE UNDER CONTROl.14. #1 1\ 1\ .P. 15. GAUNTlET: c'" PURPOSE: TEACH WR TO BEAT 1 ON 1 DEFENDER IN CLOSE PROXIMITY (DISTANCE) C. OUTSIDE NUMBER. ON "GO" WR TAKE A SIDE 17.: LIVE TACKLING #1 I ' LIVE TACKlE A A #2 LIVE TACKLING A BOTH PLAYERS HAVE 1 HAND ON DUMMY. WHILE STAYING WITH THE BLOCK #1 #2 16. BLOCKING PURPOSE: TEACH WR HOW TO GET OUTSIDE LEVERAGE HANDS IN BREAST PLATE.

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Comebacks.DESCRIPTION OF INDIVIDUAL ROUTES STANCE: .Don't Run Out Of Bounds! . Hooks.Two point sprinters stance • Weight on balls of feet ." .Inside foot always up (..DON'T FALSE STEP!!! ~ . Digs."Lean in" on the comers h.All slot receivers (Y & H) v .DON'T FALSE STEP!!! . . ( TIPS AND REMINDERS ..Move when the ball moves .Line up 1 Yz yards behind ball STARTS: . Creases.. Make The Defenders ThinkYou Are Doing Something That You Are Not! . Lean chin over front knee with bands up .Sell the Crease on Trail .WIDE RECEIVERS .Sell the Iiitch on ~itch & Go . Pylons. Curls ..Sell the vertical on Hitches. Choices.."1de PHYSICAL b Always leave yourself 34 yards of grass from the sideline to give the QB some room to drop the ball in w .Sell the Post on Flag .. .Sell the Slant on Jet r .Always EXPLO:QE off the baIl! f! . '.

if you must. Attack outside shoulder of DB ~ 5 Big Steps then 4 Gaiher Steps 4 Gather Steps <= S Big Steps .....Press DB inside... to keep 3-4 yard cushion from sideline ~ Look for ball after sUt Step 08 <== HOOK . Get wide away from cover down defender ~••• vVVv -~ - .If DB "jumps" outside you can release inside but work back up stem (Don't get forced inside!) . FADE- DB _' --r-----r <== RUD by the DB <== Release. Outside . Always leave yourself 3-4 yards from sideline . Close to 8 yards vs Press Man .. SELL THE 'VERTICAL!! ! .Shuffle outside parallel to the line of scrimmage at 3/4 Speed ~ Do Not start up field until ball is caught .On 9t11 Step.. ..m..Individual Routes RADARILAVA '" " " -DB .<= 3/4 Speed Sb. Close to 10 yards vs Soft Coverage .. Release outside (ALWAYS!!!) and run by DB . SNAP head & elbow inside then Turn to QB .Do not run out ofbounds .. Attack outside shoulder of DB .

Speed cut out on 4th step 4 steps c ...-.NEVER GO BEHIND DB!!! <== 45' angle cut . " .Stick and Break' inside at a 4~ angle on 3M step ..' lBig steps then 2 gather steps -.'T •• Individual Routes HITCH . :De c:::= .<==3 steps ( SKINNY.Attack the DBfLB .Attack outside shoulder of DB .Attack outside shoulder of DB . '_ sm step " os: .Then level ofTroute (Do not continue to round it off) .Stick and Break inside at a 60° angle on sth step .Then tum to QB SLANT. Snap.D00't cross hash marks before the catch _ <::= 60" <===: angle cut !i steps BOW.Snap head around and look for ball immediately after 4U1 step . Attack outside shoulder of DB. ..e ..NEVER GO BEHIND DBU! .inside elbow and head around on ..

DESCRIPTION OF INDIVIDUAL ROUTES STANCE: • Inside foot alwa~ up' . Creases.Lean chin over front knee with bands up . Choices.WIDE RECEIVERS ."Lean in" on the comers ~"ldbe PHYSICAL • Always leave yourself 3-4 yards of grass from the sideline to give the QB some room to drop the ball in .Make The Defenders Think You Are Doing Something That You Are Not! . All slot receivers (Y & H) . Curls Sell the Hitch on Hitch & Go Sell the Slant on Jet Sell the Crease on Trail Sell the Post on Flag . - c.Move when the ball moves . Digs.Sell the vertical on ffitches.Two point sprinters stance • Weight on baIls of feet .DON'T FALSE STEP!!! • Always EXPLODE off the ballO! ( TIPS AND REMINDERS .Line up 1 Yz yards behind ball STARTS: .DON'T FALSE STEP!!! . Hooks. Comebacks. Pylons..Don't Run Out Of Bounds! ..

. Zone or Soft Coverage) ..Work up field 8-10 yards (8 yds vs. DB 8-10 Yards .. . Zone Coverage .... Run vertically for 6 Steps ... CHOICE .. Press Man and 10 yds VS. SELL THE VERTICAL!!! _.STOP & SETTLE in the hole CREASE (8 Steps in Reo/Quads) ...Individual Routes CREASE (6 Steps in R-OverlRaIDlRip): DB 6 Steps==> .Run vertically for 8 Steps . . Flatten route towards sideline (-10 yards deep) .Release Vertically . .E in the hole 8 steps=> .On 8th step Speed Cut out and .SE'ITLE in open area ys. On ~ step Speed Cut out and .Ball will be thrown away from defender . Attack outside shoulder ofDBILB .. SELL THE VERTICAL!!! ..Attack outside shoulder of DB .BREAK inside or outside based on leverage of cover down defender ..~..Ifflat defender is in your path or outside leverage man defender overplays outside . . Attack outside shoulder ofDBILB .....STOP & SETTI. Flatten route towards sideline (-15 yards deep) -' Ifilat defender is in your patb or outside leverage man defender overplays outside . .

~""'_I:!! ~ _ - _+__. Individual Routes FLAG C5-Mustang)._...Turn to QB (Snap inside elbow & head around) .... .Work vertically to a depth of 16 yards ..SELL THE VERTICAL for 7 Stepsl!l _ CURL ... .QB will "flatten" you out vs. . tight man coverage .Work vertical up field for 7 Steps _.Snap head and inside elbow around... .Attack outside shoulder orDB -.Sprint to alignment of outside receiver as ..Stand stationary .. turn to QB .....".Work back towards QB.Attack outside shoulder of DB ....- -= Turn to QB -e=e Baeds UP! fast as possible .SELL THE VERTICAL!!! " STOP- :DB (-. ..ALWAYS!!! .If flat defender is in the "window" then shuffle to an open area vs.. 08 <== Run by tbe DB Outside -=== Release .angle towards sideline ... . ~/~ ----~.Don't let him waD you offinside .: . .. Zone Coverage ...Release outside. Ready to catch the ball .C: . Always try to release outside of defender ..Then work 4SO.. On 8th Step make a HARD STICK move inside .Hands Up .

.Release Vertically up the field for 10 yards .Don't Sd1le ~ you work to middle offormation .Catch the ball on the move vs. .TURN OUTSIDE . • ' I <= 7 Yards "Bottom of Numbers" <== 20-22 Yards --+Down Field ll!Jj .l .7 yards from sidelines) Do Not look back until you are at least 15 yards down field JET- DB: ____ """-~_ <= 45' angle cut <=3 steps • Attack outside shoulder of DB . . .Individual Routes DB HJ . Do not open up to the QB on the break out side ..~ .Stick and Break inside at a 450 angie on 3rd step .Then Flatten out and work to middle offormation .Attack outside shoulder of Cover Down defender vertically until you get on TOP of him Then FADE outside to bottom of the numbers 20-22 yards down field (. Man coverage .Stick to the post for 5 more yards .NEVER GO BEHIND DB!!! :.Start to SettJe over baIl in open bole vs. Zone coy.. . Run a Slant for 3 Steps then • BREAK back outside and go FLAT towards the sideline .

Be at your Landmark by 15 yards TUBE (Slot Receiver vs. Go)(Slot Receiver) - (. ..Press DB inside.Release vertically (easiest release) .Always leave yourself 3-4 yards from sideline .Work to Landmark (2 yards outside hash) ..--- .Look for ball no sooner than 13-14 yards .. 1· • Individual Routes VERTICAL (3 . <== Easiest Release . .Go) (Outside receiver) DB <= Run ..The QB will "tube" you in towards the middle of the field with his throw c ...by DB .. ALWAYS Release outside and run.Look for ball no sooner than IS yards unless DB falls or squats then look for ball at 12 yds . ~ ".Attack outside shoulder of DB .. by tbe DB <= Release Oats ide • .. 2 Safeties) ..... to keep 3-4 yard cushion from sideline ..Do Dot run out ofbounds . ."" e ( ..Then CHASE the safety for 5 more yards <== Chase the Sllfety .. VERTICAL (3 .Release vertically for a minimum of 10 yards .---_.

Leave yourself a 3-4 yard cushion from the sidelines on your vertical push .5 Steps II V 6 Steps >: run Oat towards sideline for 5 Steps .SELL THE VERTICALr!! q.Leave yourself 3-4 yard cushion from sidelines . .You should turn up around bottom of numbers • COMEBACK ... DB .Then turn UP field . •l...Run vertically for 6 Steps .if ttack outside shoulder ofDBJLB ..Individual Routes TRAIL- ~. steps to try and force him inside) . .: .ALWAYS OUTSIDE RELEASE!!! (vs.SELL THE VERTICAL!!! ':' On ~ step Speed Cut out and..Push him vertically for 16 yards . a hard corner you can attack inside shoulder on initial J. . .Plant your inside foot and stem back towards the balI TUrning outside towards sideline . .Attack outside shoulder ofDBILB .

Be inside the hash marks when the ball is thrown .Individual Routes -.Attack outside shoulder of DB .If DB is coming up or even with you go Vertical -:-Outside release but keep 3-4 yards from sideline .Tum upfield and see if DB "bit" on the hitch .IfDB does not "bite" or is ~ than 3 yds over the top of you then Immediately Tum Back to QB .Snap inside elbow and head around on ~ Then turn to QB flashing numbers & bands to him . HITCH&GO.SELL THE VERTICAL!!! .EXPECT TIlE BALL!!! sua step THIN . Only time you can go "over the top" of DB is ifhe is inside and trailin g you TmCK~ Attack outside shoulder of DB ..Always try to release inside ofDB .SELL THE VERTICAL!!! 9 steps ...Attack outside shoulder of DE .Stick and Break inside at a 60° angle on 9th step <== 60" angJe cut <== I . .You can release outside on a Hard (Cover 2) CB but Break inside of a Soft (Cover 3 or Cover 4) CB ( .Be inside the hash marks when the ball is thrown . .3 Big steps then 2 gather steps .Stick and Break inside at a 60° angle on ~ step ~'___"""'_ <= 60" augJe cut <=7 steps .

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