- Master 3- and 4-man slide protections
- Discover a drill progression that will allow your players to "take it to the game"
- 5 daily drill pass protection techniques
- 4 keys to evaluate technique & performance
- The triangle read system in slide protection
with Brent Key,
Georgia Tech Associate Head Coach; Run Game Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach;
former University of Alabama Assistant Coach/Offensive Line Offensive Line (Guards and Centers);
formerUniversity of Central Florida Offensive Coordinator,
Back-to-Back American Conference Champions (2013-14), 2010 Conference USA Champions
Install and drill slide pass protections that allow your players to "take it to the game" when it matters most. In addition to the X's and O's, you will learn how to develop proper technique and how to recognize and correct breakdowns in technique.
Brent Key presents a detailed look at slide pass protections and the drills that will help your players master slide schemes and techniques. Coach Key shows you 3- and 4-man slide schemes and a simple "triangle read" that is used in both schemes. Each scheme is discussed, diagrammed, and then shown using practice and game video. The rules for each protection are covered along with the techniques that are required in slide protection.
In addition, Coach Key includes four pass protection evaluation keys. You will learn how to evaluate the technique and performance of each rep in practice and each play in the game. What makes this video so effective is that Coach Key not only shows the successful reps, but he also shows reps with breakdowns in technique and explains how and why the breakdown happened.
You will receive great insight into the development of proper technique through these drill progressions. Key starts with nine practice principles that outline a plan of what he wants to get out of individual drills. Using an overhead and practice and game footage, he provides five daily drills with the philosophy and techniques behind the drill progression. Practice video is used to show 1-on-1 drills and half line drills that allow players to progress to game day situations.
Offensive line play is important to any offensive system, using these drills UCF had 27 rushing touchdowns in 2011 4th most in school history as well as one lineman named to All C-USA second team and another named C-USA all freshman team. Incorporate this into your practice and dominate up front!
51 minutes. 2012.Football Videos