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  • Bonny Eagle Football-Youth Football Drills

  • Bonny Eagle Football Organization Bonny Eagle Football Boosters: • Oversees football from 1st grade to 12th grade

    • Board of Directors: • President • VP-Operations • VP-Registration • Treasurer • Secretary • Director of Football

    • Meetings 1x/month in the offseason, 2x/month during season

    • Financially responsible for almost all football related expenses • All Expenses from 1st-8th grade • All Expense for HS except: 12 Footballs, team travel, game management • We must fund raise!! • Car Show, Golf Outing, Gold Card Sales, Concessions, Pay to play, (Fishing Derby) • Coaches must be responsible for fund raising

  • Bonny Eagle Youth Program - Flag 1st/2nd grade: • 4 teams of 10-12 players

    • 1 skills based practice/week • Drills done in a circuit type format • Emphasis on basic skills:

    - How to carry the football - Catching the ball - Movement

    • “Game” on the weekend • Each player team gets a couple of offensive chances • Hopefully each player gets the chance to carry the ball

  • Bonny Eagle Youth Program-Little Scots 3rd/4th grade - Little Scots (tackle) • 3 teams

    • 2 practices/week by team: • “Pride” night at end of 2nd practice

    • All teams work together in a skills circuit format

    • Game on the weekend vs other Little Scots teams • Each team plays a 30 minute running half against both teams

    • Each team works from a common playbook • Coaches get the ability to freelance for a play or 2

    • Each team plays a standard defense • The center is NOT covered - No LB blitzing is allowed

  • 5th/6th grade - Youth (tackle) • 3 teams • 3 practices/week by team • “Pride” night at end of 2nd practice • Game on the weekend vs other BE Youth teams

    • Each team plays a 30 minute running half against both teams

    • Each team works from a common playbook • Coaches get the ability to freelance for a play or 2

    • Each team plays a standard defense • The center is covered - No LB blitzing is allowed

    • Playing outside teams: • Only if ALL players have the opportunity

    Bonny Eagle Youth Program-Youth

  • Bonny Eagle Middle School Program 7th/8th grade - Middle School - SMYFL • 2 teams - (we will always have another team if #’s dictate)

    • 4 practices/week by team

    • Game on the weekend vs other SMYFL

    • MS works from a playbook that is a version of our HS playbook

  • Bonny Eagle Youth Program-Youth and Little Scots Coaching Points: Coaches Conduct: • Dealing w/officials - BE respectful • Dealing w/kids - BE positive • Dealing w/parents - Treat them like the customer - give them their money’s worth • Dealing w/other coaches - BE a team - Do NOT confront other coaches on the field

    Cardinal sins of football practice: • No Lines, Laps, or Lectures • No 10x of “Run it Again” • Not having a practice plan - Don’t wing it • Not having a whistle

    Running a great practice: • Have a written practice plan - The kids deserve it • Full engagement of all players - Gets kids reps • Don’t waste time on conditioning - take advantage of every moment to teach football • Know exactly how you want to run every drill and each play

    Have fun:

  • Bonny Eagle Youth Program Philosophy

    • Players must compliment and thank each other for great play • Coach celebrating as a team

    Coaching Emphasis: Coach effort first • Find examples of great effort/hard work and point them out • Praise-Praise-Praise

    Coach listening • Speak quickly and know your coaching points • Demand that all eyes are on you when you coach

    Coach teamwork

  • Bonny Eagle Football PRIDE NIGHT

    Offensive Night

    1. Team run/Stretch (10 min)

    2. Stations (5-10 min each) a. Tackling Station (Form Fit) b. Agility Station (4 cone, 3 cone, running ladder, bags) c. Blocking Station (Base, Reach, Stalk) – stance, steps d. WR Routes (Hitch, Slant, Seam, Bubble) – stance, hand placement e. RB Station (64/65 Ride Mesh) – stance, four points of pressure f. Special Teams Station (punt/PR, kickoff/KOR)

    3. Play Review (10 min)

    4. Team Building

    Defensive Night

    1. Team run/Stretch (10 min)

    2. Stations (5-10 min each) a. Tackling Station (Form Fit) b. Agility Station (4 cone, 3 cone, running ladder, bags) c. DL Station (getoff, force, separation, escape) d. LB Routes (movement, block destruction) e. DB Station (read steps, backpedal, run support) f. Special Teams Station (punt/PR, kickoff/KOR)

    3. Team Defense Review (10 min)

    4. Team Building

    Youth Dates: August 29, September 12, September 26, October 10 Little Scots: September 5, September 19, October 3, October 17

    Time: 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Location: Field 15

    *Coaches’ Meetings: Every Wednesday following conclusion of practices @ 7

    Bonny Eagle Youth Program-Youth and Little Scots

  • Bonny Eagle Youth Program Drills 1) QB/Center Exchange

    All possible lineman w/anyone that can might take a snap Line across field - Get others away to ensure quality work Centers MUST step (and vary steps each reps) QBs can work warm up throws while working exchange

  • 2) Ball Security All ball carriers in drill Vary drill daily - if you do the same drill it will get stale Make sure players know it is a ball security drill and not a strip drill

    Bonny Eagle Youth Program Drills

  • 2) Ball Security Bonny Eagle Youth Program Drills

  • 2) Ball Security Bonny Eagle Youth Program Drills

  • 3) QB Warm-Ups QBs throw to QBs Get QBs on their feet Start by working takeaway - wrist cocked, front hand push, extend back Zero position to pull down Work core activation - reverse foot throws Drop progression:

    1 step, punch 1, 3 step, punch 3, 5 step

    4) WR Clock Catches WR technique catches - Triangle - Long eyes on ball/catch to tuck Partner throws to clock numbers - WRs have to catch away from and around body

    5) WR Cone Drills Cones can be set up in a 5 yd box or zig-zag or any pattern that works WRs work at 1/2 to 3/4 speed going through cones Emphasis is on change of direction skills - Low hips, fast feet, fast arms

  • 6) QB/WR line throws All QBs throw to WRs 1 at a time Use different types of catches - crossing, curl/hitch, over shoulder, 1 hand WRs catch and go to to other side and reform line - same throw back

  • 7) QB/RB Time-Ups Work QB/RB footwork and mesh Make drill fit your offense Use line strip if possible Use Center if practicable

  • 8) OL/TE Reach vs Reach Match players of equal ability on opposite sides of LOS On snap count each player tries to reach block each other down LOS If players are equally matched - drill should stay on LOS and go down line Emphasis:

    Hand placement and strike Footwork and leg drive Block to the whistle

    **NOTE: All players practice blocking at the same time in practice!!

  • 9) DL Starts

    On ball movement - Fire out on the rise w/short, quick steps & a hand shoot

    DL takes their stance across from Coach Coach must use a ball Coach gives cadence and tries to draw DL offside

  • 10) DB Pass breakup-High Five Drill WR runs vertical - start at 1/2 speed build to full DB starts facing WR or facing coach - if facing coach work both zone/man turns DB concentrates on eyes and hands of WR When eyes get big/hands go up - Use inside hand to high five back hand of WR

  • 11) LB Zone Drop Drill Work LBs on a zone drop 3 LBs in drill - 2 curl players and 1 hook player On ball snap - LBs buzz their feet - On pass key they drop Curl players work to intersect the seam route Ball can be utilized by coach - don’t let seam throws be completed

  • 12) Tackle Circuit 10 minute period - 4 Stations - Daily during pre-season - 1/wk during season Teach chest tackle and shoulder tackle - Work many different attack angles Constant instruction to keep head out of contact **Check out “The Dartmouth Way” on youtube