3 Tips For WRs To NEVER Drop A Pass


The first thing that WRs can do to never drop a pass is trust their eyes. So many guys think that they actually look the ball in when in fact they don’t. You need to see the ball hit your hands. If you don’t take that “freeze frame” or that “picture” the second the ball hits your hands, you will be inconsistent with your catching ability. In practice you should focus on looking every pass in so in a game it happens naturally.

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Last but not least WRs need to improve their grip strength to have consistent catching skills. The last point we talked about was catching the ball in your fingers, however you cannot accomplish that without tremendous grip strength. It will help you make tough catches over the middle and those awkward catches. Focus on doing exercises like farmers carry or finger tip push ups they will help!


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