The purpose of this Defensive Secondary Skelly From Hash Drill is to work on and improve the different coverages vs different pass patterns when ball is at a hash and offense come out in a trips formation on the field side. Also helps to give the Cornerbacks and Safeties a better understanding how the covering players have to work together and to build trust into the other zones and cover players.
Description and Coaching Points
- Coach signals routes to trips receivers
- Receivers run routes and 1/2 secondary covers plus free safety
- Coach then signals other receiver his route
- Receiver runs his route and secondary/Cornerback covers
- Linebackers slide, give adjustment call: Defensive Backs stay in coverage, Boundary Corner Man-to-Man #1
This Defensive Secondary Skelly From Hash Drill is contributed by ©2007 Leon Criner (✝️ Nov. 14, 2014), at the time Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator and Jimmy Sims, at the time Assistant Professor of Health & Physical Education / Head Football Coach at Los Angeles Valley College – The Los Angeles Valley College Monarchs played then in the Western States Conference, now in the SCFA, Southern California Football Association.