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April 2010

April 2010


Drills Report: Multi-Purpose Wide Receiver Drill

by: Steve Mooshagian
Head Coach Feather River College
© April 2010

We expect the following from our receivers:

1. Maximum effort.

2. Know your assignments.

3. You must have the desire and willingness
to block.

4. You must have the desire to catch every
ball thrown to you.

5. You must possess the willingness to improve your skill.

For route mechanics, wide receivers must follow the correct cutting techniques, body posture and route cuts or breaks. The WR must stay low in and out of his cuts. To remain low, the WR must bend his knees and sink his hips to keep a low center of gravity. This enables a WR to make cuts near his optimum speed and get out of the break without a bunch of choppy steps.
The WR must keep his shoulders over his toes and also strive to keep his hands waist high (dropping your hands and raising you....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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