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February 2000

February 2000


Passing Drills for Young Quarterbacks

by: John Sheridan
Clyde (Ohio) High School
© February 2000

Coaching quarterbacks is unique for a number of reasons. First, the spaced repetition time needed to master the mechanics of throwing, setting up to throw, optioning - along with all of the footwork that accompanies the position - is extensive. Secondly, the mental preparation is more demanding than with any other position on the field. Finally, the need for the quarterback to be an on-the-field extension of the head coach and offensive coordinator requires that a unique bond develop between play-caller and performer. It is this relationship that is at the foundation of all successful offensive teams. If mutual trust and respect are not at the heart of this association, the outcome on the field will certainly be sub-optimal.

When choosing a quarterback, choose wisely. I have found that you can do great things with a young man who may ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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