Texas Coach Jerritt Elliott shares with you passing drills and concepts that he has successfully implemented with his Texas Longhorn team. Elliott builds this presentation from basic individual skill development to advance skill training. Beginning with the basic stance, Elliott teaches a balanced posture from which quick and efficient movement can occur. Next, Elliott details movement patterns for serve and serve receive. Moving into game speed drills, Elliott takes you into three individual fast paced passing drills, both coach and player initiated. He follows with 2-, 3- and 4-man live serve receive drills. In the final phase, Elliott demonstrates more competitive drills that feature server vs. passer, 2 vs. 3 passing, and 3 vs. 2 passing. Throughout each drill sequence Elliott offers valuable coaching tips on what to look for in maintaining sound fundamentals while performing at game speed. These drills are flexible in design and will work on any focus area your team needs to improve upon.
45 minutes. 2009.
There are some helpful "talking points" with regard to technique from Coach Elliott, but in my opinion there is nothing new here for serve receive drills. It's your basic "server vs. passer" ideas. Further, the video is shot at an angle that I found frustrating. The majority of the time it's zoomed-in on the passers with the coach narrating from the background. You don't see the result of the pass, the target, the server, or the rest of the court. Feels like a lot of time spent watching girls pass balls without really giving any new drill instruction.
Does focus on movement of passers from serve receive mostly. Nothing earth shattering here.
Excellent video...primarily focuses on serve receive and transition...highly recommended for jr high, high school, etc. Easy to implement ideas at any level. Very glad I found this video.
Excellent progression...primarily focuses on serve receive and transition...highly recommended for jr high, high school, etc. Easy to implement ideas at any level. Very glad I found this video.
This video does a great job of showing good passing form and movement patterns to beginners as well as offering some useful drills for a coach to implement. I highly recommend it.
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