Get the Most Out of the Smash Conceptby Spread-N-Shred
The Smash Concept is one of the most commonly used passing concepts in all of football. But most coaches are not getting the most out of the scheme. One of the reason the Smash Concept is so heavily used is that it is an easy read for the quarterback, however there are a ton of ways to create variations of the Smash while Maintaining the same easy read for the quarterback. This course was designed to show coaches how they can attack different defensive structures and coverages with the various different Smash Concepts. We address many of the issues that defenses can cause to take away the Smash including how to keep the Safety Honest or put the Flat Defender in a true bind. This course takes you thru every detail of the Smash Concept.
This Course Covers:
- The Base variation of Smash
- Teaching Your QB how to read Smash
- Multiple variations of Smash that keep it simple for the Offense while creating chaos for the defense
- What Backside Options are best to pair with Smash
- Ways to keep the Concept Side Safety Honest
- Putting the Flat Defender into Conflict
- Using QB Movement to change the launch point
- Smash Combinations to SCORE in the Red Zone
- How to Protect your Smash Concept
- Create Mismatches either by Formation or Motion
- All with the use of Detailed Film Breakdown, All-22, and Playbook Sheets
Coach Endsley is currently an Assistant Offensive Line Coach at University of South Dakota and has experience as a Collegiate Offensive Coordinator along with being a Head Coach at the High School level. As Offensive Coordinator at Dakota Wesleyan University, he coordinated an offense that ranked in the top-20 in total passing yards and shattered the school single game record for total offense (822 yards), passing yards (510) and first downs (45) while utilizing an Air Raid base Passing Attack & RPO Heavy Run Game.
In his first season, the Dakota Wesleyan offense featured six All-Conference players including three different Wide Receivers. Before Dakota Wesleyan, Endsley also coached at Eastern Oregon University as an Offensive Line Coach. At the High School Level, he coached several All-State players while breaking school records for Total Yards, Passing Yards & Points Per Game.
Endsley has coached two AFCA All-American Offensive Linemen along with six All-Conference Offensive Linemen in both the Frontier Conference and the GPAC Conference. Along with mentoring several great Offensive Linemen, Endsley was the Run Game Coordinator for a Top 25 Rushing Attack utilizing Spread Concepts. Endsley has a strong foundation in Offensive Line play as a Skill-Acquisition Coach for several NFL/CFL players as they prepared for the Combine, Pro-Days, and Training Camps.
-Assistant Coach, University of South Dakota: 2020-Present
-Offensive Coordinator, Dakota Wesleyan University: 2018-2020
-Offensive Line Coach, Eastern Oregon University: 2017-2018
-Head Football Coach, Lake Roosevelt High School: 2015–2017
-NFL Combine Preparation Coach, APX Strength: 2015– 2017
-Offensive Line Academy, Complete Athlete: 2015–2017
Accomplishments & Accolades:
-NAIA National Top 20 Passing Yards Per Game 2018, Offensive Coordinator- Dakota Wesleyan University
-NAIA National Top 25 Rushing Yards Per Game 2017, Run Game Coordinator-Eastern Oregon University
-DWU Single Game Record for Total Offensive Yards: 822 Yards, Offensive Coordinator- Dakota Wesleyan University
-DWU Single Game Record for Passing Yards: 510 Yards, Offensive Coordinator- Dakota Wesleyan University
-DWU Single Game Record for First Downs: 45, Offensive Coordinator- Dakota Wesleyan University
-Coached AFCA All-American Offensive Line x 2
-Coached GPAC All-Conference Players x 8