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This is a video of my Offensive Line drills from this spring. My double screen drill didn’t look good so I cut it. But there’s blocking circuit, fit and finish, 2×2 base, zone, and combo blocking, and drive-catch pass protection drills as well.
I have over a dozen years of offensive line coaching experience at the high school level. I have coached both the D1 kids, D2, D3, NAIA, as well as the typical high school freshman player and varsity back-ups.
Check out my piece on split zone from StateOfTheU. I cover the run concept, why I love using RPO’s with it, naked boots and play-action passes. Click here or the image to access. Preview below from Mark Rogers TV:
Is your athletics program in need of a summer off-season program? Are you looking for athletic performance and not a weight lifting or power lifting manual? I believe we have mastered the art of movement at IMFB and we’re offering up our programming for a $1 donation. It covers speed camp, agility work, yoga, warm-ups, cool downs, testing, bilateral and unilateral lifts as well as building up to our Olympic lifts.
With spring football fast approaching for high schools I know your mind is clouded. However, you can access our winter-spring off-season programming from Ironman Football for a $1 donation on Patreon. It includes body weight work, testing methods, agility drills, unilateral and bilateral work, olympic lifts, and yoga all in a 3-day programming method.
Miami had their first open scrimmage, second scrimmage of the spring, last weekend. Check out defensive alignments to two tight end sets, slant-arrow (rub) concepts, and why you can’t be married to the run on 4th and 1. Also some offensive line play conversation for good measure!