Discover practical tools for becoming a superior teacher, mentor and leader.
- Start developing your players before they take the field
- Discover the building blocks of mental management and competitive greatness
- Learn how to run effective player meetings to improve individual focus, discipline and eliminate mental mistakes
with John Neal,
former University of Oregon Assistant Coach (Passing Game Coordinator/Secondary)
Long-time University of Oregon assistant coach John Neal shares strategies and insights for developing and improving your secondary. Coach Neal has developed one of the leading secondaries in the nation, including seven NFL draft picks in the last seven years.
In this unique presentation, Coach Neal lays out a blueprint aimed at making you a better coach, teacher and mentor. You will discover the building blocks for establishing "competitive greatness" in defensive backs and learn how to develop a player's spirit and will, prior to teaching them technique and systems.
Coach Neal shares an organized approach having an effective defensive backs meeting. You will learn how to organize meetings so players have a complete understanding of their responsibilities and roles on the team.
You will learn strategies for goal setting, practice work habits, depth charts, how to organize your practice time and more. Neal reveals his "5 Fingers of Progression" and the "5 Fingers of Action" that cover the sequence and responsibilities of his players before and after every snap.
You will also see how Neal breaks down practice film using Hudl, how he chooses which segments to to show and what's emphasized during the sessions.
This video will make you think about your coaching philosophy and challenge you to become a better coach, teacher and mentor.
64 minutes. 2015.Football Videos