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April 2006

April 2006


Effective Grading Strategies

by: Ryan Dean Ruschhaupt
© April 2006

Grading players should be easy, effortless and not take hours to do.  Our system will utilize a check box numbering system that allows coaches to rate players easily and effectively.  We will use three major criteria for determining a player’s ability at each play: Alignment, Assignment and Hustle.  Once a player has been graded a more complete picture will aid the coach in determining what a player needs to work on.  For example: A player might consistently be in a poor alignment yet his hustle grade shows that he has a great attitude and desire to make a play.  He obviously needs to spend more time learning his playbook.  The eye in the sky never lies!

Grading Scale: 1-5

1. Very Poor Grade; the player has poor athletic ability and a poor understanding of the play....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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