This one begins with following the pass and moving the ball upfield.
This next one adds in a drop-off (#2) before moving the ball upfield.
This next one adds in further combinations, a bigger drop-off (#6) and a run and pass to space (#s 7 & 8).
And this last one removes the drop-off for instead a lateral pass (dropped off at an angle rather than a square pass) before the run and pass to space.
- Body positioning is important: focus on being in position to deliver the next pass quickly and effectively without giving up positioning on the field – with #6 above, that run should be angled backwards rather than square not only to better set up the pass but also to allow the receiver to get back on defense if the pass is intercepted. If that pass is square, it becomes much more difficult for the receiver to get back on defense.
- These can also be used for conditioning, seeing how many can be done in a given amount of time.