The play of the day is from Nate Blankenship.
TE/OL at Lincoln High in Lincoln, Nebraska
This is a play that has a pre snap read for quick game and post snap pass option. The read of the LB allows for a double team on the 3 technique to create a great vertical push for the power run component of the play.
Backside power basic play structure
1. Has to be run from 1 TE or 2 RB sets
2. Read is #3 2nd level defender
3. 5 in box = Give
PS-OL= gap scheme rules, on-inside to LB, vs odd OT Sifts
OC-on to flat back on DL. BS-OG skip pull, BS-OT step-hinge B-Gap
RB- settle step away, downhill thru mesh, press open DL bubble to know kick.
H/FB- banana kick EMOL
A/Slot- Win route; win inside #2, keep space from #3
PS-X/WR- Win route; win inside #1, flatten to stay away from safety, attack #2 space
BS-X/WR- pre snap out, fade, slant
QB- pop to 90 away, point mesh, read #3: “He flows we throw”
– Pull= win route read inside out on #2