Joshua Eargle - Hybrid Play on Offenseby Kansas Football Coaches Association
Join University of Memphis Senior Offensive Consultant Joshua Eargle as he breaks down several key success points to developing a strong offensive strategy for dynamic players.
Following this playbook, you will grow the knowledge required to properly coach and utilize tight end, fullback, and h-back players to their full potential.
This course highlights key strategies that have worked during his eighteen-year professional career in developing these positions.
Using professional whiteboard X’s and O’s, step-by-step slideshow presentations, and film breakdowns, Coach Joshua Eargle highlights several key components to creating dynamic hybrid players.
Starting with starting with key pillars of great tight end, fullback, and halfback players, Coach breaks down different success and focal points to leading a winning offense. Coach Eargle moves into drills that help elevate your offensive practice.
Accompanying practice drill footage with coaching tips and play diagrams, each drill is intuitive and easy to reproduce to fit the needs of your team.
Finally, Coach Eargle transitions to turning run schemes into play action passes. Focusing on run game schemes, gameday replays alongside play breakdown and commentary are used to highlight examples of success points and lessons learned as a championship winning coach.
Joshua Eargle | University of Memphis | Senior Offensive Consultant
Coach Joshua Eargle came to the University of Memphis as the Senior Offensive Consultant in the 2021 season.
Before joining the Tigers, he served as the Tight Ends Coach, Recruiting Coordinator, and Senior Offensive Consultant at the University of Kansas. With the Jayhawks, he mastered his hybrid tight-end positions and had a really strong recruiting class.
Prior to coaching for the Jayhawks, he turned around Austin Peay State University's team by taking it to a team that had 1 win in 4 years to an 8-4 season before 2017. He spent 3 seasons at APSU.
- University of Memphis (2021)
- Kansas Univeristy (2020)
- Austin Peay State University (2017)
- East Texas Baptist University (2013)
- Southeastern Oklahoma State (2012)
- Hallsville High School (2011)
- Arkansas-Monticello (2010)
- LSU (2009)
- Nicholls State (2007)
- University of Southern Mississippi (2006)
- Ouchita Baptist (2005)
- University of Southern Mississippi (2003)