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Newberg Football Defensive Backs. A Newberg DB is F.I.E.R.C.E. F antastic Feet & Hips I ntelligent E xcellent Eyes R esilient C ommunicative E xtremely Aggressive & Physical. It All Starts HERE!. STANCE. Man Coverage If not in press then one foot is slightly back from the other

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Newberg football defensive backs

Newberg Football

Defensive Backs


Newberg football defensive backs

A Newberg DB is F.I.E.R.C.E.

  • Fantastic Feet & Hips

  • Intelligent

  • Excellent Eyes

  • Resilient

  • Communicative

  • Extremely Aggressive & Physical


It all starts here

It All Starts HERE!

STANCE

  • Man Coverage

  • If not in press then one foot is slightly back from the other

    • The back foots toes should be in line with the front in step on the front foot

  • Shoulders should be over knees, knees should be slightly bent and over the toes

  • Weight should be slightly forward and on the balls of your feet

  • Hands are up and ready to use

  • If in press

    • Feet are parallel to each other and underneath your armpits

    • Stance and hands are the same as with staggered stance (weight and balance)

  • Shade (where you line up over the receiver)

    • This depends on coverage (Zone or Man)

    • If in man-to-man then alignment should be 7-10 yards deep inside shade (maximum 1 yard inside)


Drills for all levels e d d s

Drills for all Levels (E.D.D.’s)

  • Walking BP

  • ½ Speed

  • Full Speed BP

  • Stem Drill

  • BP turn and go

  • BP break 45 degree on top

  • BP break -45 degree down hill

  • BP break 90 degree (rt. & lt.)

  • W Drill

  • You can incorporate throwing a ball if kids are skilled enough with the footwork first


Newberg football grades 3 4

Newberg Football Grades 3 & 4

F.I.E.R.C.E. DB Skills

Tackling Drills

  • Angle Tackling

  • Form Tackling

  • From Behind

  • Standing Bat Down

    • Underneath

    • On top

  • Standing Strip Ball

    • Overhand

    • Underhand

  • Jump Ball

When technique is learned adding movement

will be the next step.


Newberg football grades 5 6

Newberg Football Grades 5 & 6

F.I.E.R.C.E. DB Skills

Tackling Drills

Utilize 3 & 4 if needed and add these

to athletes skill set.

  • From Behind

  • Group Tackling

    • -2nd and 3rd players strip ball

  • Shed Blocker and Tackle

  • -standing

  • -moving

  • -BP & go

  • Angle Tackling

  • Form Tackling

  • Dog Fight

    • -(-45), 90, 45

  • BP & Sit

  • BP & Open Hips

  • BP w/ Receiver drop hips

    • Hand on Hip

    • -Rt. Hand sit

    • -Lt. Hand sit

    • -Close eyes & sit

  • Shed Blocker

  • -Engaged

  • -Not engaged

  • -BP & go


  • Newberg football grades 7 8

    Newberg Football Grades 7 & 8

    F.I.E.R.C.E. DB Skills

    Tackling Drills

    Utilize 3, 4, 5 & 6 if needed and add these

    to athletes skill set.

    • Open Field Tackle

      • -Pad (no movement, then movement)

      • -Then use bodies (players)

    • From Behind

    • Group Tackling

      • -2nd and 3rd players strip ball

    • Shed Blocker and Tackle

    • -standing

    • -moving

    • -BP & go

    • Angle Tackling

    • Form Tackling

    • Fade Drill

    • Tip Drill


    F i e r c e db attitude

    F.I.E.R.C.E. DB Attitude

    As coaches we want to instill a mindset about what it means to be a DB.

    This is the mental attitude I try to instill before we even step on the field.

    • ALWAYS COMPETE: You may not be the biggest, fastest or strongest guy

    • on the field but you are going to show everyone that you will not be pushed

    • around and no matter what happens I am going to give my A game every

    • play.

    • Hold a Grudge: If a receiver catches a ball on you TAKE IT PERSONAL!

    • be a little pissed and make him pay for it, whether it’s a run or pass!

    • MY BALL: When the ball is in the air, it now becomes MY BALL! Go get it!

    • Field Presence: I want receivers to be thinking about Newberg DB’s and where

    • they might be coming from instead of thinking about their jobs.

    • Never Quit on a Play: Always pursue even if ball is not passed to my receiver. If

    • The ball is caught don’t quit, tray and make something happen.

    • On field Attitude: Have an attitude when in between the lines. Be it and play

    • like it. W.O. Killas!


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