An informative and easy-to-understand instructional tool for developing and improving the skill of quarterbacks at any level of play. Covers virtually every aspect of quarterback development, including detailed examinations of the dropback-passing game (quarterback stance, drops and distances, ball carriage, the grip, shoulder spin, release, follow-through, etc.), the different types of passes, common flaws in quarterback mechanics (poor hand placement, standing too tall in the pocket), defensive coverages and fronts (cover 3 zone, cover 1 free, cover zero man, etc.), quarterback reads (leverage and basic zone reads), shotgun passing, play-action passing, rollout passing mechanics, contingency plans in the passing game, shifting and putting players in motion and much more. Dozens of diagrams and illustrations.
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Ron Jenkins is the quarterbacks/receiver coach and passing game coordinator at El Camino College in Torrance, CA.
Ron was a record-setting track performer in high school before receiving a football scholarship to play wide receiver at Colorado State. After college, he spent a season with the Dallas Cowboys as a wide receiver before being released off the injured list and returning to graduate school for his Masters. He began coaching in 1994 at Santa Monica Junior College, and then coached at Los Angeles Harbor College where the Seahawks scored more points than any other football team in school history and also set most of the school’s offensive records.
Ron has written three other football books, has appeared in several best-selling football videos, and has written a number of articles for various coaching and professional journals.
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