Scott Gradin's experience as an assistant at Santa Clara University provides a backdrop for this offensive instruction. In this lecture-style video, Gradin includes a big picture look at how high school programs can be more efficient, productive and consistent with an organized offensive game plan. This systematic approach involves six parts: Organizing your offense, breaking it into parts, manipulating your offense, ball distribution, how to practice your calls, and how your offense fits into your entire high school program, freshman through varsity levels. Gradin shows how to create a "Ready Sheet" of plays and options that can be used in game preparation and on game night. Throughout the video, Gradin uses his flex offense as an example for how he uses his game planning system. He diagrams nine set plays and scoring options that add to the versatility of the flex and shows how they fit into the Ready Sheet. Gradin also discusses what he expects from the freshman team and the JV that will assist their ability to adapt to the varsity level. High school programs that find success year after year thrive on consistency throughout all high school levels and this game planning system illustrates a great strategy for implementation that can produce winning teams and a bright future.
50 minutes. 2008.
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