Andrew Dresner - Developing a Freshman Quarterbackby Lauren's First and Goal
A new year means new freshmen and new opportunities. It's critical that first year players have proper training focused on fundamentals and technique. Establishing groundwork for them can be monumental for their success, giving them the opportunity to flourish and expand their skill set.
Even veteran quarterbacks rely on the basic fundamental training like the drills and techniques practiced all over the country such as, proper pocket posture, throwing motion, lower body mechanics, figure 8 drill and square drill.
A clear comprehension of the position is the first and foremost focus. A quarterback needs to fully understand the position and the responsibilities that come with it. A solid quarterback training will contribute to your player remarkably improving his accuracy and throwing power by practicing the same QB drills that the pros use.
Passing is only one characteristic of the quarterback position. Without the proper footwork and mechanics, a quarterback will never reach his potential. The correct training will allow him to adjust his body properly, to not only improve speed, control and power but accuracy.
A good training program can elevate young freshman and high schoolers to be equipped and prepared when their number is called.
Introducing Offensive coordinator Andrew Dresner’s program!
**DEVELOPING A FRESHMAN QUARTERBACK TRAINING**
In this course, Coach Andrew Dresner discusses drills and schemes that aid in the development of a young quarterback. Coach Dresner begins the clinic with his philosophies on individual drill work. Later on, Coach Dresner highlights several "must have" pass concepts and run schemes designed to assist in the development of a young quarterback.
Click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with unlimited access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin developing your young prospects today!
The Spring 2021 season will mark Coach Andrew Dresner's fourth year at the University of Maine and his thrid as offensive coordinator. Dresner came to UMaine after a one year stint as the offensive coordinator at Pace University. Prior to Pace, Dresner spent four seasons at Merrimack College serving in a variety of roles including Pass Game Coordinator, Recruiting Coordinator, and quarterbacks coach. Dresner began his career at his alma mater, Union College, where he graduated in 2010.