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Managing Your Program – Avoid a Quarterback Controversy – An Objective System for Grading Your Quarterbacksby: Keith Grabowski
Offensive Coordinator Baldwin-Wallace College
© February 2013
In the spring and fall of 2010, we had a heated battle for the starting quarterback position. Our three-year starter was graduating and we had three freshmen battling to be in the number one spot at the beginning of their sophomore year.
That year I used three criteria to help me objectively distinguish the starter from the back-ups. After doing that, I realized I could develop the criteria further to not only slot each quarterback in a position, but also give the position group valuable information about where they needed to improve. This is a system that continues on into camp and through the season, and helps give both the quarterbacks and me feedback on what needs work.
The first three criteria I used were release, accuracy, and decision. Each gave important information about how the quarterba....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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