Is your offense stale and predictable? Do you find it difficult to make adjustments to the defense? Now you can mold the elaborate Princeton Offense to match your players' abilities and maximize your team's scoring! After taking apart the famed Princeton Offense piece by piece, Coach DeForest reassembled it to give his high school team a versatile, high scoring offense. DeForest's unique teaching method makes the Princeton easy to teach and install. DeForest provides white board diagrams and practice footage of six interchangeable sets:
71 minutes. 2009.
"This offense allows a coach to game plan an opponent based on how they play defense or by using mismatches. This version of the offense is simplified into a perimeter and post position with six interchangeable sets while still maintaining the basic principle of the backdoor against defensive overplay."-- Lee DeForest
DO NOT buy this DVD. I own it, but about a week later I found a better, more fluid version of the Princeton Offense. First on YouTube, then I ordered it, the Princeton Continuity Offense with Jamie Angeli. For some reason Angeli's version of the offense just seems to make sense. It provides the framework of a Princeton style offense, with continuous movement and a continuous flow from one option to the next. I would definitely recommend it over DeForest's.
Coach DeForest's presentation of the Princeton offense is outstanding for anyone wanting information on this highly effective style of offense. He is able to unravel some of the more intricate aspects of/keys to this attack while still challenging the viewer to mix and match the basic entries.
Although I had spent a considerable amount of time trying to decipher the Princeton offense through other materials before purchasing this DVD, I found Coach DeForest's plan valuable in terms of demonstrating the essential components of the offense. After viewing this DVD, it was much easier (and more informative for me) to watch other Princeton-based teams (ex. Northwestern, Richmond, Oregon State) and have it make sense.
I would rate "Winning with the Princeton Style Offense" a 5 star purchase. It is well put together and it moves along smoothly without overloading the viewer. I believe that this offense (or aspects of it) could be effectively employed by youth teams as well high school varsity squads. Coach DeForest also utilizes game footage of his HS squad to emphasize specific sets and plays.
Lee DeForest just a tremendous job teaching the Princeton offense with great on-court demonstrations of the different sets. It has helped me implement the system into my program quite smoothly.
Just purchased and watched this dvd and it's great. Love how he explains the little things in the offense which I had missed by just seeing the drawings on various sites. Wish I would have bought this before I put in any of the offense just from paper. I would tell anyone to buy this for almost any level because it teaches players to play with out the ball which younger kids aren't really taught. The only thing I would like to have seen more is some break down drills but all in all one of the best buys I have ever made.
Good video. He explains everything on whiteboard then shows it to you on the court. Easy to understand.
Best Princeton DVD from Championship in my opinion, it breaks down 5 sets of the offense that are all interchangeable and shows the scoring chances as well. I liked the live footage that shows the offense really working in action, its a pretty offense when its firing on all cylinders. I would recommend this one to anyone looking to run or better understand the Princeton offense.
Excellent video, very well done and informative. Coach DeForest does a great job of breaking down the offense and demonstrating with on court video. This offense can be used at the high school level and has different options that you can adapt to your players.
Great understandable structure for high school play
Great DVD, expains the offence and is highly practicle, It explains the whole and you have to create your own break down drills
The best video i have seen on the princeton style offense, we used the chin continuity in our summer leagues , and the girls ended up getting layups and back door layups
This is a great video and IMO the best one available on the Princeton offense in terms of content covered and applicability to a high school level team. We run this with our team except we do not use Chin or the associated "Strongside" counter. If the ball is dribbled high or passed high, we simply enter "Point". This offense is actually easy to learn but like any offense takes time to master.
Solid video. If you are looking to run your offense out of a 4 out, 1 in style that becomes 5 high at times, you may like it. There is solid instruction on the board, and then his players run through it. It's also great to see some high school footage of each set when it is successful in a game.
This is a complicated offense because of the reads required...if you put the time in though, it is probably rewarding. However, I think you can definitely take bits and pieces and mold it into your system.
The Chin series in the video is very similar to Jicha's 2 Guard Front Michigan style offense...his offense has different entries and starts from a 5 high set.
Coach Deforest does an amazing job teaching the princeton offense!! He shows exactly how each set flows into each other. I have spent alot time trying to understand the princeton style offense and Coach Deforest by far does the best job 5 stars from me
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