At the high school level, taking steps to improve your game is still important and at Offense-Defense, we recognize this fact and take great pride in being able to guarantee improvement for every camp attendee. Beyond skills-improvement, it's more important than at any other stage of a football player's development to begin focusing more on the ranking and exposure side of the game.
Toward that end, our coaches and administrators will guide and instruct athletes at this level, improving measurables scouts and recruiters are looking for when they turn their eye toward stocking up their college programs with the stars of tomorrow. Don't want to take our word for it? Check out this list of just a few of the athletes who have gone through the O-D program to star at the collegiate and/or NFL levels:
Cam Newton. Dez Bryant. Joe Haden. Golden Tate. Earl Thomas. Carlos Dunlap. Tavon Austin. Gino Smith. Tavon Austin. Kenny Stills. Cardale Jones.
You be the judge and decide - do you want to go to the camp putting more players in the pros than anyone else? At Offense-Defense you're going to be seen, recognized, and equipped with the tools you need to best turn the recruiting odds in your favor.
Offensive Line - Fundamentals and Techniques of Pass Protection and Run Blocking, and Second Level Blocking
The unsung heroes without which no first downs are made nor touchdowns scored. Opens holes and keeps quarterbacks clean.
Running Backs - Recognition of Running Lanes, Blocking, Pass Receiving Drills, and Run Maneuvers
Picks up the tough yards on the ground, challenging linemen, linebackers, and defensive backs alike as they break for daylight with a nose for the endzone.
Wide Receivers - Route Running, Pass Catching, Down Field Blocking Skills, Beating Press
The Ferraris of the field. These burners run routes short and deep for the Quarterback to find for big gains through the air.
Quarterbacks - Passing Mechanics, 3-5-7 Step Drops, Sprint Out, Boot and Pass Progression, and Shotgun Footwork
The position that needs no introduction. The entire offense flows through here, where handoffs get made and touchdown passes are thrown.
Tight Ends - Run and Pass Blocking, Pass Catching, and Route Running
Masters of all on offense, these hybrids share duties of both offensive linemen and wide receivers - blocking on running and passing plays some downs and getting open for passes on others.
Defensive Backs - Zone and Man Techniques, Press and Bail Coverage Techniques, Tackling, and Ball Skills
The last line of defense, DBs often find themselves tasked with hindering and covering explosive wide receivers and intercepting passes when possible. Plays that make it to the secondary will also find Defensive Backs throwing their weight into timely tackles.
Linebackers - Keys, Reads, Pursuit and Fundamentals of Tackling, Block Shedding, and Pass Coverage
Often the generals of the defense, linebackers are positioned in the middle of the defensive formation and can find themselves blitzing, bringing down runners, and covering receivers.
Defensive Line - Get Offs, Line Slants, Rush Techniques, Pursuit and Fundamentals of Tackling, and Block Shedding
The literal first line of defense. These rock-solid athletes engage the offensive line while also looming as a threat to bring down the running backs and quarterback for a loss.