More Stats for NOT Running the High School Offense in Youth Football:Here are a few stats for you youth football coaches feeling the pressure to run the local High School offense:Let’s say you have a team size of 25 kids. National studies from Michigan State University and the National Youth Sports Alliance say less than 30% of your players will play High School football. So now, out of 25 kids you have 7 players that according to the studies go on to play High School ball. Of those 7, not all will play at the local Public High School, they may move, play for a different local High School, or they may play for a Private School, let’s say you lose 1 player there. Of the 6 remaining, after they go through puberty some will grow and others won’t. That skinny wingback that fills out to a slow 250 pounds is no longer a wingback in High School, kids change. The big hulking center you have doesn’t gain a pound and ends up playing fullback. At least half of your players will play a position different than what they did in Youth Ball.With the weight rules in place for most… Read full this story
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