I am working hard to finish my Wildcat Multi Spread Offense playbook for youth football that has many wide open spread plays for youth football players ages 8 to 14. Final version 1 release should be no later than May 15, 2019. I am almost finished with the eBook but want to tweak a few of the plays and descriptions over the KYA Football’s 2019 Spring tackle season with my 10U team.
Many of the Wildcat Multi Spread plays are used by many high school and college teams around the country, but tweaked a tad for the youth football game. I’ve run many of these plays since 2008 as the Speed & Jumbo formation packages out of my Power Wing Beast Offense. Currently, there are about 12 base Spread formations in the Wildcat Multi and tons of others with Tag adjustments. These may narrow before final publication, I am working through the base plays to make sure most of them can be run from any of the formations.
Tex Rocket Screen
This is a great deep motion Rocket Screen play from a Spread 2×2 set. Our motion back is a a very quick Eldelman / Welker type slot player that has great hands and open field running skills. He is perfect for this Offense. We have an above average QB and a huge fullback / halfback type player that is awesome up the middle with average receivers wide. This middle / wide threat combination is tough on pee wee football teams.
Tex Rocket Sweep
This is a great deep motion Rocket Sweep play from a Spread 2×2 set. This is a cousin play to the above Rocket Sweep Play. I love this play when you have the Speed to get to the outside.
I love the Jumbo Spread Set. I’ve used this formation since 1994. It is great to Sweep from and pass from. It has 3 wide and a Tight End. Tons of run opportunities and pass possibilities. We love to run the Statue of Liberty play from this formation.
Jumbo Double Ins and Out Pass Play
This is one of my favorite pass plays from the Spread Jumbo formation. The two outside receivers curl in or hitch in to set up a wall and draw outside defenders inside. The inside receiver pretends to block then runs a speed out wheel. QB tries to hit him quickly on the speed out break just passed the first outside defender. Awesome route combination.
So here were just a few examples of the Wildcat Multi Spread Offense Plays. Stay tuned.
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Keller, Fort Worth, Texas