The Drills Report: Three-Step QB Drillsby: Chris Snyder
Offensive Coordinator, Mendocino College
© August 2007
In this article, I will discuss part of the three-step game that we run at Mendocino College along with some of the drills used for our quarterbacks. At Mendocino, we run a spread offense and rely heavily on the production of our quarterbacks and receivers. This past season, we finished tenth in the state of California in passing yards per game. Our three-step game is just one aspect of how we get the ball in our playmakersí hands as quickly as possible.
Hitches, double-slants and out/vertical routes are just three of the three-step routes we use in our offense. A majority of the time we are in shotgun but we also throw our three-step game from underneath center. Also, most of the time we are in a 2 x 2 set, but we do have the ability to throw it from an empty or 3 x 1 set..
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