John Garrett - Dip & Slip: Maximize Yards as a Ball Carrierby Lauren's First and Goal
John Garrett, Florida State Director of Scouting - Offense, goes into great detail about the dip and slip technique for all ball carriers. He breaks down game film to improve technique. his applies for the receiver group in many situations. Coach also covers how to set up blocks on reverses. This is an invaluable skill for creating more RAC and explosive opportunities.
John Garrett brings with him more than 25 years of coaching experience in the collegiate and professional ranks to Lafayette College. Garrett oversaw the development of Patriot League Rookie of the Year Keegan Shoemaker who set a Lafayette single-season record for passing yards. The offense led the Patriot League in fumbles lost, fewest penalties, fewest penalty yards and fewest penalty yards per game. On the defensive end, two of this players earned All-America Honors and were two of nine Leopards to earn All-Patriot League Honors.
Prior to arriving at Lafayette, Garrett was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Richmond for the 2016 season, helping lead the Spiders to the NCAA FCS Playoff quarterfinals. Garrett's pro-style passing offense led the CAA. His most recent NFL coaching assignment was in 2013 as the wide receivers coach with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was also on the staff for the Dallas Cowboys. Garrett was the Cowboys' tight ends coach for six years and the passing game coordinator for the final two seasons.