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WIDE RECEIVER NOTES: SUMMER 2014

3 Stages:
1. Learn what to do
2. Learn how to do it
3. Do it perfect and fast

Be Covered Early, Open Late
Create separation at point of catch. This is indefensible for the DB.


STANCE:
Get your most explosive knee bend and then get a down the field lean. Get your eyes below
defenders facemask. Keep your hands in an attack position.


RELEASE:
Use THIS release and dont make stuff up at the line. Find 2 releases you are good at and alternate
them. Then have a 3
rd
release you use once or twice a game.
Hand Combat at the line.
Rip or Punch to get arm through on release
Always attack the elbow of the defender.
On the punch, get your fingertips over the defenders wrist.

1. Just go
2. Single Move with foot fire
3. Double Move with foot fire
4. Double Move without foot fire
5. Diamond with foot fire
6. Diamond without foot fire
7. Changeup or walk off release
8. Slide release














RELEASES DEFINED:

1. Just go- find a spot 2 yards outside the defender and sprint to that spot. Make sure
to adjust your split to allow for correct spacing on the just go release. Great release
for WRs with above average speed.

2. Single Move with foot fire - make sure you are gaining ground and moving the
defender side to side with foot fire. Make a move away from the way you want to
go and then rip or punch to get arm through.

3. Double Move with foot fire - make sure you are gaining ground and moving the
defender side to side with foot fire. Make a move towards the way you want to
release then bob away and back the way you want to go using a rip or punch to get
arm through.

4. Double Move without fire - Make a move towards the way you are wanting to
release then bob away and back the way you want to go using a rip or punch to get
arm through.

5. Diamond with foot fire - make sure you are gaining ground and moving the
defender side to side with foot fire. Take the defender 3 steps in the direction away
from where you want to go then rip or punch underneath the defender.

6. Diamond without foot fire - Take the defender 3 steps in the direction away from
where you want to go then rip or punch underneath the defender. This release
pairs very well with the Just go release. Great release for WRs with above average
speed.

7. Change-up or walk off release walk off the LOS then violently explode to your
route or violently attack with a forearm shiver on the defender. This release is
designed to be a slow walk off and then change-up the way you have been releasing
for the day. Can be VERY effective if used correctly and not overused. This release,
as well as other releases, is also very effective for blocking.

8. Slide release foot fire slide the defender inside or outside to gain leverage then
attack and push the defender up field to re-stack. If you move him and gain
leverage, go. If you move him and dont have leverage, go over the top.

Route Notes:
Comeback fly to 7 yards then burst outside for 5 yards, stick toe and come back down towards
sideline. The comeback is a route off of the jets route.
Curl fly to 7 yards then burst inside for 5 yards, stick toe and come back down towards ball.
The curl is a route off of the post route.
FAST FEET AND HANDS OFF THE LINE, FAST FEET AND HANDS AT THE BREAK.
RE-STACK THE DEFENDER. ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY ON JETS ROUTES VS A DEFENDER AS FAST
OR FASTER THAN YOU.
Remember our flipper for separation on cut and dig routes especially.