In this FREE course, Coach Mohns introduces a new recruiting platform designed to help your players get the exposure they need to have the opportunity to play at the next level. Whether you have DI, DII, DIII, NAIA, or JUCO caliber players, the Signing Day Sports application has created a platform for players, high school coaches, and college coaches to connect virtually. The platform allows players to create profiles with verifiable measurables, position specific drill work, highlights, interview questions, transcripts, test scores, social media links, and more. College coaches can utilize their free platform to search a national database of recruitable athletes that fit their specific needs. Coaches can customize dozens of search features to find exactly what it is they need! The HS Coaches FREE platform allows the HS coach to build printable depth charts, evaluate players using side by side film analysis tools, communicate with their players/parents through the messaging feature, track weight room/attendance/on-field performance using a customizable analytics tool, and more!
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In this course, Coach Mohns describes how he uses unbalanced formations to add the "illusion of complexity" to his base run game. Coach diagrams and explains his tackle over calls, "Up" tags, and WR "Ghost" tags to add unbalanced elements to his base offense. Learn how Coach creates three and four man surfaces in the run game, and creates numbers advantages on the perimeter to create advantages over the defense.
In this course, Coach Mohns discusses the different ways he uses motion to compliment his base run game. Coach diagrams and details how he uses fly sweep, orbit, trade, and backfield motions to create the "illusion of complexity" in his offense. The course is video narrated by Coach Mohns with detailed explanations and key coaching points to help you incorporate these concepts into your own offense.