Adam Fuller Florida State - 3rd Down Teachingby Lauren's First and Goal
The Money Down
You’ve heard it time and time again,” third down is the money down”. This applies to either side of the ball however converting third downs can have a demoralizing effect on your defensive unit.
You’ll find that 3rd downs are very often the most important down for the opposing team and your defense because they both have the most to gain and lose. Not succeeding to stop a 3rd down is crucial, especially late in the game. If you do, that means an offense will face 4th down, and likely be forced to punt the ball back to their opponent or settle for a field goal attempt.
If the 3rd down is the primary weakness of your defensive unit, teams will target and exploit them. Making it impossible to convert and keep possession. There is no secret that solid third-down defenses are one of the most important aspects of a championship-caliber team.
**3RD DOWN TEACHING! ADAM FULLER TRAINING**
In this course, Coach Adam Fuller, Defensive Coordinator at Florida State, goes into his 3rd down defense. He goes over 3rd and 5 or short, 3rd and 6-12, and 3 and long. Everything you need to create a defensive powerhouse.
He’ll break down how to cover reads, get on routes early and how to get your backs involved in order to convert on downs.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!
Adam Fuller was named Florida State’s defensive coordinator on Dec. 12, 2019.
Fuller has an impressive track record of developing talent, evidenced by his players earning 20 All-America recognitions and 61 all-conference honors. Two of his former defensive backs were selected in the 2020 NFL Draft, marking the second time multiple defensive backs coached by Fuller were taken in the same draft.
The 2020 season was his second coordinating defense for head coach Mike Norvell. Fuller’s defense had nine first-time starters at FSU and 12 who made their Florida State debut. Linebacker Stephen Dix Jr. earned Freshman All-America honors while cornerback Asante Samuel Jr. was named first-team All-ACC and defensive tackle Marvin Wilson was a second-team all-conference selection.