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Four Corner Passing

 

Start:

Place players in groups of four.  Each group is on a set of four cones spaced out in a ten yard square with one cone in the middle.  Any number of the following drills can be run.  Keep each skill to one or two minutes.  Total drill time should never exceed ten minutes.  Focus on solid fundamentals and footwork.

 

 

Four Corner Skill Options:

  • Pull passing
    • Ball moves around the box clockwise (catch right, throw right) or counter clockwise (catch left, throw left) with each player catching the ball and pull passing it across their body to the next player.  Two balls should be in motion with pull passes.
  • Switching
    • Ball moves around the box clockwise (catch right, throw left) or counter clockwise (catch left, throw right) with player moving a step to the pass then catching, switching and passing off to the next corner.
  • Outside Rolls
    • Ball moves around the box clockwise (catch right, throw left) or counter clockwise (catch left, throw right) with players catching the ball and rolling to the outside to make the next pass.
  • V Cuts
    • Ball moves around the box clockwise (catch right, throw left) or counter clockwise (catch left, throw right) with players passing the ball, then V-Cutting to the cone in the center of the square.  As they come out of the V-Cut, they should be receiving a pass, then V-Cutting again.
  • Box -1
    • In this, one player stands outside the box, leaving one cone open.  This player should always have a ball in his stick and be ready to feed a missed pass to keep the drill going.  Players in the box move one ball around the box.  When one player throws the ball, he then moves to the open cone.  By the time he reaches the cone, a pass should be reaching him.  He catches that pass, and quickly moves it to the next cone and then runs to the open cone.
  • Rotations
    • With a player starting on each cone, they move in a clockwise or counterclockwise rotation. As one player moves from one cone to the next, he should receive a pass from the player behind him and move it quickly to the player in front of him. Two balls should be in motion.