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Route Throw – Ball Flight Descriptions

Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

Slant                  straight                          chest height            between or in front of linebackers

Hitch                  straight                          chest height            behind receiver

Out                    straight                        outside shoulder       behind receiver

Whip                  straight                        outside shoulder       behind/inside receiver

Seam              straight                       up-field shoulder      in back of receiver

*behind the linebackers and in front of the safeties

 

Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

Quick screen              straight                up-field shoulder      in front of receiver

Bubble screen            straight                up-field shoulder      inside and in front of receiver

Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

Fade – end zone           high arc              up-field shoulder      behind receiver

Fade – press man         slight arc            up-field shoulder      behind receiver

Fade – topside DB       straight                back shoulder           in front of receiver

Takeoff*                       straight               up-field shoulder      in back of receiver

*between the safeties

Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

Post – skinny               straight               up-field shoulder      between defenders (C/FS)

Post* – over the top      slight arc             up-field shoulder      behind receiver

Post* – home run           high arc             up-field shoulder      behind receiver

*between the -5 and +30

*inside the +30 or in the end zone

 Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

Corner – hole               straight              up-field shoulder        between defenders (C/SS)

Corner- over the top    slight arc           up-field shoulder        in back of receiver

Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

Curl                             straight               chest height              behind/inside receiver

Comeback                  straight               outside shoulder      behind/inside receiver

Dig                               straight               chest height             behind receiver

 

Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

Hitch-Go                  slight arc              up-field shoulder          behind receiver

Out-Up                     slight arc              up-field shoulder         behind receiver

 

Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

RB screen         ¾ speed straight         up-field shoulder       in front of receiver

RB check down           straight                 chest height            behind receiver

 

Route                         Ball Flight Line                Ball Location               Defender Location

Y Seam                       slight arc           up-field shoulder       between defenders(LB/SS)

 

 

Throw Descriptions

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Straight – a good full speed throw

-sometimes referred to as a “1-ball” or fast ball

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Slight arc – a full speed throw that has a slight up and down arc to it

-sometimes referred to as a “2-ball” or a ¾ fastball

 

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High arc – a full speed throw that has a high up and down arc to it

-sometimes referred to as a “3-ball” or a “chimney throw” because

-you want it to fall down out of the sky as if it were going to go down

a chimney chute

 

 

Ball Location Descriptions

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Chest height– a throw that is directed at the chest and chest height of the receiver

 

Outside shoulder – a throw that is on the outside shoulder and chest height of a

receiver running toward the sideline

 

Up-field shoulder – a throw that is directed at the front shoulder and chest height of a

receiver running up the field

 

Back shoulder – a throw that is directed at the back shoulder and chest height of a

receiver running up the field