Youth Football Wing T Buck Sweep
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So today let’s once again just cut to the chase and take a look at one of our most popular youth football formations, the Wing T. (There are 11 other formations, all have around 30 plays each)
You will find a good example of the coaching points that we provide. You will also notice that we block every play up vs six different defenses! Here are two of them. Enjoy.
Youth Football Wing T Buck Sweep
BLOCK ANY DEFENDER ON TO INSIDE.
IF NO DEFENDER IN THE B GAP WORK TO NEXT LEVEL FOR A LB.
PULL FLAT AND COME TIGHT OFF OF THE WING BACK’S BLOCK.
BLOCK FORCE FROM THE INSIDE OUT.
IF NO DEFENDER IS OUTSIDE TURN UP AND LEAD THE PLAY.
10 Ways To Run The Wing T Buck Sweep
SHADE STRONG: SCRAMBLE THE SHADE’S PLAYSIDE LEG AND PREVENT PENETRATION.
HEAD UP NOSE OR BACKSIDE SHADE: BLOCK THE NOSE AND THEN PROTECT THE BACKSIDE PULLING GUARD.
UNCOVERED: BLOCK BACK INTO THE A GAP AND PROTECT THE BACKSIDE PULLING GUARD.
ON THE SNAP PULL PLAYSIDE. KEEP YOUR PATH TIGHT TO THE LOS INITIALLY.
WHEN YOU REACH THE ORIGINAL POSITION OF THE PLAYSIDE GUARD BOW THE PATH AND GET SOME DEPTH.
LOOK TO TURN UP OUTSIDE OF THE WING’S BLOCK AND INSIDE OF THE FRONTSIDE GUARD’S KICKOUT BLOCK.
LOOK TO BLOCK THE FIRST DEFENDER YOU ENCOUNTER. (NORMALLY THE PLAYSIDE LB).
IF NECESSARY WALL THIS DEFENDER OFF TO THE OUTSIDE AND LET THE BACK JUMP CUT INSIDE OF YOU.
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ZONE STEP PLAYSIDE AND BLOCK ANY DEFENDER IN THE B GAP.
IF THERE IS NO DEFENDER IN THE B GAP WORK UP TO SECOND LEVEL.
THE QB WILL HOLD THE END MAN ON THE LOS WITH THE BOOT FAKE.
TAKE THE SNAP AND OPEN OPPOSITE OF THE PLAY. (TO THE BACKSIDE PULLING GUARD)
GET DEPTH FROM THE LOS TO ALLOW THE GUARD ROOM TO PULL IN FRONT OF YOU.
-FAKE THE HANDOFF TO THE 4 BACK AND THEN HAND THE BALL TO THE 2 BACK WITH NEAR HAND.
-BOOT FAKE OPPOSITE.
BLOCK ANY DEFENDER HEAD UP TO INSIDE.
VS A D GAP DEFENDER CALL THE WING DOWN TO HELP.
AFTER THE D GAP DEFENDER IS BLOCKED POSSIBLY WORK TO THE LB ON THE NEXT LEVEL.
X: BACKSIDE CUTOFF.
BLOCK DOWN INSIDE AND BLOCK THE FIRST FREE DEFENDER INSIDE OF YOU.
OPEN AWAY FROM PLAYSIDE ON A TIGHT A GAP COURSE.
AIMING POINT IS THE CENTER’S AWAY SIDE FOOT.
THE GUARD MUST BEAT YOU AS HE LEAVES TO PULL.
EXECUTE A CONVINCING FAKE AND SEAL THE A GAP AS YOU TRAVEL THRU IT.
OPEN PLAYSIDE FOR TIMING WITH THE FULLBACK & QB.
MAY NEED TO WIDEN ALIGNMENT OR COUNTER STEP FOR TIMING.
TAKE THE OVER THE TOP HANDOFF FROM THE QB.
READ THE EDGE BLOCK OF THE WING.
ATTACK THE PERIMETER AND FOLLOW THE PULLING GUARDS FOR YARDAGE.
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