Ron Cooper delivers a comprehensive approach to teaching the techniques and fundamentals to play bump & run coverage using the motor release. In the motor release, the goal is to keep your body in front of the receiver so there is "no route." Combining the motor release with more aggressive off hand jam techniques, Cooper keeps the receiver guessing on what type of release to use off the line.
Using practice video Coach Cooper takes you from the stance of the defensive back through the motor release techniques in a series of drills. Cooper's emphasis is on the ability of the defensive back to stay in front of the receiver to destroy the timing of the route. Cooper also teaches the defensive back to watch the inside hip of the receiver, this allows the defender to come under control and break hard when the receiver's hips drop. Cooper covers the important coaching points in defending the:
This video will support coaches at any level who wish to develop sound fundamental press man technique for defensive backs.
58 minutes. 2011.
I absolutely loved this video. It is clear why this guy was churning out so many top notch DBs while at LSU. He REALLY knows his stuff. And he is an awesome teacher. Man coverage is probably the easiest assignment in theory, but the toughest to execute. Coach Cooper breaks his motor technique down to the smallest detail and gives you confidence that not only can you teach it, but that you can make your players execute it at a high level with average players. If you plan to run any amount of man coverage I suggest you stop wasting time and get this video.
Excellent presentation from one of the top DB coaches I have ever met. Drills that can be used at any level of football.
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