Routes

X. ROUTES

 

A. 4 Step Rollover

Take 3 steps up the field, and rollover your outside foot on the fourth step.
 
B. Corner
 
Release:  Any
Stem::Vertical
Breakpoint: 10 Yards
Seperation Technique: Stick
Coaching Point: Aim for the numbers at 20 yards

C. Curl

Release:  Any
Stem: 2-3 yards inside
Breakpoint: 12 yards
Seperation Technique: Stick
Coaching Point: Come back down the stem, slide into hole.
 

 

D. Flare

Get quic width to sideline
Lose ground
Stay flat
Let the ball take you up field
 

E. Flat

Take one step vertical, plant off inside foot 
Aim for a point 4 yards on the sideline
 
 

F. Fly

Release: Any
Stem: Slightly Outside
Breakpoint: None
Seperation Technique: Weave, stack position
Coaching Point: Never get closer to the sideline then 7 yards.
 

G. HItch

Release: Any
Stem: Vertical
Breakpoint: 6 yards
Seperation Technique: Stick
Coaching Points:
 

H. Mesh

Release: Any
Stem: Inside to a point where you can rub shoulders with TE at 6 yards over the center.  WR is under the TE 
Breakpoint: None
Seperation Technique: Stick
Coaching Point: If you see a defender sit down in open area, if you recognize man, nod upfield and run away.
 

I. Post

Release: Any
Stem: Vertical
Breakpoint: Break DB's cushion,or 12 yards
Seperation Technique: Weave and stick, or stick
Coaching point: 

 

J. Quick

Reverse "Nike Swoosh"
First step: as if three step motion
Second step: Crossover, to get depth
Stay flat
get a stretch
Let the ball take you up field
 
 

K. Scat

          a. Dive Back
Release: for aim point 1 yard outside of TE position
Plant on outside foot
Break for an aim point 3 yards deep, over center
Adjust to LB coverage
 
          b. Wing Back
Two step outside release
repeat above instructions
 

L. Seam

Release: Any
Stem: Vertical to get to 2 yards outside hash @15 yards
Breakpoint: none
Seperation Technique: none
Coaching Point: Break if off inside at 18 yards if there is a safety over top

 

M. Slant

Release: Any
Stem: Vertical
Breakpoint: Five Yards
Seperation Technique: Stick
Coaching Point: Your break should take you on the angle that regains leverage on the man on you. Sit in a hole versus zone. 

N. Crossing

Inside Release to point 10 yards over the ball
Stick and break flat
Work across the field toward teh sideline.
 
Score Big!
 
Coach Hrovat