WR Drills for a Spread Offenseby Jason McManus
HOW DO YOU PLAY FAST?
BY TEACHING YOUR KIDS TO PLAY FAST IN PRACTICE!
INCLUDES 17-SLIDES WITH EVERY DRILL EXPLAINED FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD
4-Time State Champion and past college coach Jason McManus shows how he teaches his receivers to play fast all the time, expecially during practice.
All high school coaches are challenged for time and Coach McManus starts off talking about which drill is done each day during Individual Periods
Using practice film, Coach McManus shows where every body part is supposed to be during STANCE and RELEASES. He goes into great detail about footwork.
The STEM-RELEASE drill shows step by step, using practice video being freeze framed, what the FIRST THREE STEPS are for every route in the MACATTACK system
BALL CATCHING drills include: Low Ball, Hi Ball, Sideways Catch, and Toe Tap.
Wide Receivers have a stereotype for not BLOCKING. THIS CANNOT HAPPEN if you are going to successfully run perimeter screens (quicks, nows, bubbles). Coach McManus' receivers are INCREDIBLE BLOCKERS and you will understand why after seeing how he teaches blocking.
Coach wraps it up with precise FOOTWORK on 90 and 45-degree cuts.
Coach Jason McManus was a college coach for 12 years before becoming the offensive coordinator at South Pointe High School in South Carolina. Playing in the highest classification, South Pointe won 4 consecutive state titles, had a 55-5 record including a 26-game win streak, and was ranked #6 in the country by USA Today.
Coach McManus MACATTACK offense scored 711 points and amassed 6,702 yards (3,639 rush, 3,063 pass) in ONE season. The MacAttack Offense averaged 44.9 points per game in 2018, 47.1 points per game in 2017, 39.8 points per game in 2016 -- for a 3-year average of 43.9 points per game! During that same span the offense has averaged 476.3 yards per game playing in South Carolina's highest classification.
Coach McManus MACATTACK has produced an All-State or All-American QB for 4 consecutive years.