What Makes D1 WRs Different

There are a lot of talented WRs that do not make it to the D1 level simply because they are not able to showcase their talents on film and that is the biggest thing I want to stress to you today. 7on7 is great and 1on1s are entertaining however it is simply not realistic and will not get you recruited. The best WRs in college were able to do the highlights all of the sports Instagram accounts post in actual pads. It is a different world when the pads come on and that’s what you should be emphasizing as a WR. In the off season you should be training for things that you will use in a game. I get asked a million different questions and a lot of the times it is based on situations that will not occur in a game. They only see those types of coverages/looks in 7on7 or 1on1s. DO NOT train aspects of the wide receiver position that you won’t use in a game if you want to make it to the next level. For example, when you are out running routes with either DBs a few of your friends etc. and you do some 1on1s, don’t be that guy who makes 100 different moves on a route because there is no pass rush. Work the releases & routes you are going to use in a game. Train efficiently and smart. If you want a specific day to day workout schedule for WRs with all of the drills and gym workouts you need to do to help your game on the field, click the link below! ⬇️

https://www.firstdowntraining.com/product-page/ultimate-wr-training-schedule

WE WILL BE IN SAN DIEGO SUNDAY OCTOBER 24th for a 3 hour QB/WR training clinic! We are only allowing 20 spots so click the link below to register because they will fill up fast! I will be working with the QBs & WRs and I will be flying in a D1 speed coach to help you guys with 40yd dash mechanics and overall speed work! Check it out here and reserve your spot. ⬇️

https://www.firstdowntraining.com/book-online



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