2012 Offensive Line Drills

The 2012-2013 O-Line Drill Tape by Co-Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach, Chenniss Berry discusses a variety of drills, techniques and schemes related to Inside Zone, Outside Zone, Power Run Game, G-Scheme, Pass Protection, Screen Protection and much more.

1 Intro 01:08
Everyday Drills
2 Bag Drills 01:04
3 Demeanor Drill 00:31
4 Leverage Drill 00:25
5 Towel Drill 00:56
6 Chutes - Departure Angles 00:48
7 Crowther Sled Drills 01:20
Inside Zone Techniques & Drills
8 Inside Zone Towel Drill 01:17
9 Near to Near Technique 02:46
10 Far to Far 00:36
11 Zone Combination Blocks 02:59
12 Bullet Technique vs 30 Front 01:15
13 Backside Zone Combinations 01:11
Outside Zone Techniques
14 Near to Far Technique 01:56
15 Far to Near Technique 00:33
16 Trio Technique 00:38
17 Calf Tap Drill 00:27
18 Cut Blocks - 1st Level 01:08
19 Cut Blocks - 2nd Level 01:16
Power Run Game Techniques
20 Skip Pull Techniques 02:23
21 Gallop Step 02:09
22 Cat Technique 01:19
23 Power Drill 01:57
G-Scheme Techniques
24 Fold Blocks 02:13
25 Center and Guard Pull 01:00
Pass Protection Techniques
26 Karate Drill 00:49
27 Pressure Wave Drill 00:28
28 Pull/Pull Technique 00:00
29 Big Bag Drill 00:30
30 Offside Drill 00:29
31 Guard Sets 01:28
32 Tackle Sets 01:41
33 Stop the Bull Rush 00:39
34 Defending the Twist Game 01:36
35 Sim Technique 03:19
Screen Protection
36 Cut Block in Space 01:18

ChennisBerry Chennis Berry Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Coordinator / Offensive Line Southern University

Chennis Berry was hired as the Assistant Head Coach/Co-Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach at Southern University in 2013. In his two seasons with the program, he has helped guide the Jaguars to two SWAC West titles and the 2013 SWAC Championship. Southern ranked seventh nationally in fewest sacks allowed in 2014 and led the SWAC in Red Zone efficiency. Individually, OL Dewayne Houston and WR Willie Quinn were each named All-Americans and First Team All-SWAC selections while QB Austin Howard was named the conference’s freshman of the year.  In 2013, QB Dray Joseph earned SWAC Co-Offensive Player of the Year honors for his role in leading the Jaguars to their first conference championship since 2003. WR Lee Doss was named an All-American and First Team All-SWAC while OL Anthony Mosley received Second Team All-SWAC honors. Under Berry’s direction, Joseph, Doss and Mosley combined to lead the SWAC in Passing Efficiency and earn a second place conference ranking in Passing Offense. Overall, Berry has 20 years of college coaching experience and has earned an excellent reputation for developing solid offensive lines while orchestrating rushing attacks that lead to record-breaking performances. Over his career, Berry has also shown a willingness to expand his coaching knowledge. As part of the NFL's Minority Internship Program, Berry has interned with six different NFL teams, including the Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, San Diego Chargers and Chicago Bears. In 2009, he participated in the NCAA Expert Coaches Academy Forum. The program prepares young minority assistant coaches for head coaching positions. A native of Cleveland, Berry came to Southern following two seasons as the co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Howard University. In 2012, the Bison finished second in the MEAC with a 7-4 record which was the program’s first winning season in seven years. The offensive line was key to the Bison’s success as Howard finished 2nd in the MEAC with a 365.4 yards per game average. The Bison also were second in the MEAC in rushing with 221.5 yards per game average. These accomplishments led to four Howard offensive linemen earning All-MEAC honors (Josh Matthews, Davin Morris, Bradley Bush Johnson, and David Wilson). The offensive line also blocked for the MEAC’s leading rusher, Terrence Lefall, who rushed for 1,200 yards in only eight games.

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