By Harold R. Raymond
One hundred and one drills, prepared by means of place, for constructing the abilities and strategies necessary to the Wing-T offense. Thorough causes, diagrams and training tips accompany every one drill. Covers quarterback, working again, offensive line, and finish drills, in addition to agility and pace drills.
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Page 20 Drill #11: Situational Snapping Objective: To practice snaps used in various situations. Equipment Needed: Footballs. Description: The center and quarterback assume their proper exchange positions. They then practice various snaps as directed by the coach: for example, the ''goose" snap, audible snaps, long count snaps, early snaps, or wet ball snaps. Any situational snap that might arise should be practiced using this drill. Page 21 Drill #12: Deep Pass Drill Objective: To practice and improve the quarterback's deep passing skills.
Equipment Needed: Three large blocking dummies, footballs. Description: A quarterback is positioned on the right hash mark of a designated line of scrimmage. The ends form two lines, one five yards to the left of the quarterback and one five yards to the right. Players holding the dummies are positioned twelve yards downfield, one in front of the quarterback and one in front of each line of ends. On the quarterback's cadence, the designated tight end releases downfield and works for position between the middle dummy and the dummy to his side.
Page 77 Drill #65: Crush Drill Objective: To develop concentration; to develop a player's ability to catch and hang onto the ball in a crowd. Equipment Needed: Four air dummies. Description: Four players with air dummies are positioned in the reception area of a pass route. The ends runs the chosen route, and the coach passes the ball. While the ball is in the air, the players with dummies try to distract the receiver by waving their hands and the dummies or running in front of him. When the end makes the catch, the other players try to knock the ball loose using their hands or the air dummies.
101 Delaware Wing-T Drills (The Delaware Wing-T Series) by Harold R. Raymond