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DB DRILLS Buford Wolves FOOTBALL
Buford DBs MUST have … Toughness Knowledge Competitiveness Short Term Memory
STANCE Press Man Stance - Feet Shoulder Width - Hips Bent - Elbows Back - Eyes on Waist - 90% Weight on Toes Off Man Stance - Feet under hips - Feet are staggered - No further than heel toe - Shoulders square - 1 by 7 inside leverage - Butt high - Nose over toes
Skate Stance Bend at waist Eyes inside. Through receivers to the Offensive Tackle. 80% of Weight on inside part of foot Tight Steps on the skate. Push Catch
Every Day (BIG 5) Character Feet Ball Blocks Tackling
pedal Feet under hips 1 st step is back and short Back does not mean up !!!!! Weight is on balls of your feet Butt is high Brush Pockets with hands
Foot / Ball Drills - Pedal / Weave - Pedal Flip - Skate Burst - M – Drill - Speed Turns - Pedal Flip to out (zone / speed turn) - Pedal Flip to Curl - High Ball - Fish Tail
Foot / Ball Drills High Ball 2s Flip and Press Zone and Press Partner Undercut Partner Break Up Partner Strip Undercut
Attacking Blocks Fit and Press Butt and Press Butt / Press / Snatch Rip Force
TACKLING FORM OPEN FIELD Sprint and Settle
Press Man Progression (EYES / FEET / HANDS) Press Man Progression - Retreat Step - Retreat with Club - Partner Club - Trail - 5 yard Off Man Progression - Pedal Weave - Hitch / Out / Go - Partner Hitch / Out / Go
Common Buzz Words WordMeaning Inside Leverage Inside the WR you are aligned on. Usually ONE yard inside Outside Leverage Outside the WR you are aligned on. Usually 1/2 yard outside 7-UP 7 Yards head up the TE. Flat Foot Read Feet hot on the snap reading you key – DO NOT pedal out Undercut Coming underneath the WRs route to disrupt the ball On Top Staying on the upfield shoulder of a receiver. Played in zone coverage #1, #2, #3 Numbering of Receivers from outside in
Common Buzz Words WordMeaning Empty A NO BACK Set Doubles 2 receivers on both sides of the formation. AKA..2 by 2 Cushion The distance between the DB and the WR Club A quick punch to the breast of the WR. A feature of PRESS technique Pro 2 backs / 1 TE / 2 WRs. Pro RT / LT tells where the TE is. Connected Being connected to a WR. On top or underneath is important depending on coverage, situation and yard line. Force Taking on a block and sending the ball back inside to a fill player
Common Buzz Words WordMeaning Fill Being the tackler after the ball carrier has been force inside Load An alignment where DB has his outside foot back. Ready to read key and push off. 1/3 Area of the field from NASH to sideline deep. Responsibility for a Cover 3 corner ½ Area of field played by a safety. Goalpost over on either side of the field. Deep ½ responsibility Flats 5-10 yard area in front of the #1 WR Scooch Technique used by Safety in MAN coverage. Key The Offensive person the DB is reading. Could be WR, FB or Guard.
Common Buzz Words WordMeaning Trail A technique used by DBs in man coverage. Trailing the receiver, keeping eyes low expecting an out or in cut. 2-Gap Butt and Pressing a block with the ability to snatch the Receiver in either direction. Making a play towards the ball. Bail A technique used when a DB is showing press and then running out. Stem Disguising a coverage. Showing off then pressing or vice versa. Disguise Showing a different coverage (presnap) than the one actually played. Read Having you eyes locked on your key
Common Buzz Words WordMeaning BCRDS Means to Slow Play Flow Away. Be alert for the Bootleg, Counter, Reverse, Draw, Screen. Man Turn Used in Man Coverage. Turning your body towards the WR. Zone Turn Used in Zone Coverage. Keeping you body open towards the QB. Lock Man to man coverage on to the boundary side. Corner has #1 and safety or LB has #2. Read Coverage we play with safety and corner to determine If we are trading routes or staying on our man
Common Buzz Words WordMeaning Bump A term used with motion. Instead of running with a receiver you bump either outside or inside (depending on motion) to the next receiver. Speed Turn DB movement where the DB gets and in or out cut by a receiver and the DB has to turn his head momentarily away from the QB to find the up-field should of the receiver.
COVERAGES COVER 4 COVER 2 POACH COVER MINI COVER MATCH COVER TRAP COVER 3 FIELD COVER 3 BOUNDARY COVER 15 SPY COVER 15 FIELD COVER 15 RIGHT- LEFT Cover scan Cover tampa
COVER 4 VS PRO VS TWINS VS TRIPS VS DOUBLES VS EMPTY
Cover 4 VS PRO ON TOP OF #2 8 YARDS DEEP
Cover 4 vs twins TOP OF #2 7 YARDS DEEP SPLIT 1s 15 YARDS DEEP
4 VS TRIPS (TRIPLE) TOP OF #2 7 YARDS DEEP
COVER 4 VS DOUBLES TOP OF #2 8 YARDS DEEP
COVER 4 VS EMPTY N E CHECK TRIPLE
2 Poach Cover 2 vs. any balanced or I sets Backers have base 2 rules in any I formation Safety away from trips will poach or read #3 to help mike with the seam route If 3 cuts route short help on your side Safety to trips Align over #2 Lock Check away from trips
Mini VS Doubles Mike and Sam bracket 2 and 3 receivers Safety to doubles Align over #2, Read 2 to help Mike with seam route. FIELD CORNER MAN Boundary Corner playing 2 or 3 based on Formation Corner is pressing i/s leverage BC is Zone pressing
Mini VS TRIPS Mike and Sam bracket 2 and 3 receivers Safety to trips Align over #3, Read 3 to help Mike with seam route. No lock Check away from trips, Play Zone FIELD CORNER MAN Boundary Corner playing 2 or 3 based on Formation. Corner is pressing i/s leverage BC is Zone pressing
match Corners Have #1 Man to Man Safeties Have #2 Man to Man No 2 find 3 on other side (outside leverage ) Sam and will bracket #2 with safety. Mike has the back man.
Trap (2 or 3) Field corner will play Trap technique (take away the hitch and slant route). 5 by 1 inside leverage. Sam plays 2 man to man (unless he runs a quick flat route then drop to curl) Will cannot let 2 cross face in Trap coverage Field safety aligns between 1 & 2 to split the double seam route Boundary Corner Playing cover 2 or 3 based on formation
3 Boundary Boundary Corner is a D Gap and flat player. Field Corner is true Cover 3 corner. F/S has middle of field deep 1/3 SS has deep 1/3 to the boundary Field corner has 1/3 to the field.
15 FIELD J N R S M W E C C FS SS 15 SPY VS 2X2 Corners are always locked on 1. Field Safety rolls on top of two…man. Boundary Safety is high.
15 SPY T N R S M W E C C FS SS 15 SPY VS 2X2 Corners have #1. SS has #2 into boundary…if no 2 take 3 to the field…if no 3 take back out to boundary. Field Safety is high.
15 Right Corners have #1. SS has #2 to the right…if no 2 take 3 to the left…if no 3 take back out to right. Free Safety is high.
15 Left Corners have #1. SS has #2 to the left…if no 2 take 3 to the lright…if no 3 take back out to left. Free Safety is high.