Simple Ways To Attack The Perimeter And Create Playmaker Touchesby Josh Herring
In this course Coach Herring explores a variety of simple ways to create easy touches for offensive playmakers and attack the perimeter of a defense. While most modern offenses utilize RPOs to some degree in attacking the perimeter, this course shows proven ways to force outside touches rather than simply reacting to the defense. Methods explained include wrong-way perimeter runs, multiple ways of forcing fast screens, alert perimeter screens, speed sweeps from both gun and under center, and pause options. This course will generate ideas for attacking the field from sideline to sideline regardless of offensive system.
Coach Herring recently completed his 3rd season as Offensive Coordinator and Quarterback Coach for the Jones County Greyhounds, and his 18th year overall in 2021. The Greyhounds won their 3rd consecutive region championship, and achieved a 10-3 record while averaging 43 points per game. In the prior two season they reached the state semifinals. In both 2021 and 2019 the Greyhounds had the state’s leading passer in GA AAAAA and in 2020 had the leading rusher. In his three seasons at Jones County the Greyhounds have gained over 5000 yards of offense each season. Prior to arriving at Jones County Coach Herring served as Offensive Coordinator and QB coach at Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga for 9 seasons. He began his coaching career at Colbert Heights High School in Tuscumbia, AL, and over the course of four seasons served in various positions including Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Coach, Wide Receivers Coach, and Running Backs Coach. He spent the next two seasons as Wide Receivers Coach and Passing Game Coordinator at Pelham High School in Pelham, AL. He was named 2011 Cobb County Touchdown Club Offensive Assistant of the Year. Coach Herring is a frequent clinic speaker and the author of three iBooks about offensive strategy as well as multiple CoachTube courses.