Welcome . Thank you Coach Bross for setting up this Single Wing clinic. . “ Power Wing”. Ross A. LeGrande firstname.lastname@example.org Coach Mt. Olive Jr. Marauders. Roots of the Power Wing.
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The Tight End does not snap the ball between his legs. He keeps his shoulders approximately parallel 0 degree angle to the line of scrimmage with his left leg offset back.
The Tight End turns his head left until he is actually looking at the QB, and then snaps the ball with his left hand like we did as kids playing sand lot football. We have the tight end grip the ball like you would throw a pass, and then under-hand whip it back to the QB. Some people refer to it as a long snap pass.
Note: The Tight end must snap it back with some velocity or the QB could get run down from behind.
Based on the rules (R4 S30 A9 and R4 S30 A14), there’s nothing that would indicate that the snap is illegal. As long as the snap is a quick and continuous backward motion of the ball during which the the ball immediately leaves the hands of the snapper and touches a back or the ground before an A lineman the snap is legal. There is no requirement that the ball be snapped between the snapper’s legs.