Develop your offensive line into a physical and intelligent unit!
- Learn the four key parts of a base blocking system (take off, strike, demeanor and finish) to get better in the passing and run game
- Replace full-contact repetitions through the use of individual drills and techniques
- Tie your strength and conditioning program to every technique used by your lineman
with Trevor Miller,
University of St. Francis Assistant Coach / Offensive Line;
2016 NAIA National Champions, 3x NAIA National Runner-Up (2004-06)
Each season, coaches focus on the importance of offensive line play and establishing physicality at the line of scrimmage. Trevor Miller is no different.
Over the past 10 seasons, Coach Miller has played a significant role in the development of the offensive line at the University of St. Francis, having had three of his linemen named AFCA All-America in the last four seasons. In this video, he focuses on the fundamental approach every coach should have in preparing their unit for physical and mental success.
Coach Miller provides a highly effective development plan for all offensive linemen. He begins by focusing on the lineman's football I.Q. and understanding of the opponent's defensive scheme and the opposing players attributes. He also explains how to:
- Evaluate your lineman in a manner that allows them to improve their overall performance.
- Explain your strength and conditioning plan so that players understand why they must excel at squatting and power cleans.
- Use off-season meetings to improve understanding of every play.
- Use technology to maximize the time allotted for football.
He moves throughout the presentation in order to develop a strong strike off the ball and making a strong initial step while following through with the second and finishing steps. Being able to execute the base blocks of your scheme and creating strong fundamentals are key to success. Coach Miller will give you a strong foundation on how you can approach this season.
Use this simple process for evaluating your offensive lineman individually and as a group to make them better athletes!
55 minutes. 2018.Football Videos