18th Annual Alercio OLine Clinic Is Here!

2019-03-21-alercio-oline-clinic-1On Sunday March 24, the Hun School of Princeton will host the 18th annual Alercio OLine Clinic.  For almost two decades, we have taught over 5,000 players from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland the techniques and skills of offensive line play.   We will welcome perennial state powers who bring dozens of players every year as well as individual players who come all by themselves representing some of the smallest schools in the region.  We also open the clinic to any coach at no cost.

Those in attendance will learn the following:

  • 2 & 3 Point Stances
  • Run Steps:  Base, Reach, Angle and Bucket
  • Pass Steps:  Kick and Power
  • Run & Pass Punches
  • Visual Targets & Strike Points for Run and Pass Blocks
  • Run Blocks:  Base, Reach, Combo, Double Team
  • Pulling Techniques:  Flat, Lead, Skip
  • Run Schemes: Man, Zone, Gap
  • Pass Sets
  • Slide Pass Protection

It is a pet peeve of mine when my fellow coaches refer to quarterbacks, running backs and receivers as “Skill” players.  I have 3 boys and all of them have been able to throw, catch and run with a ball since they were 2 or 3 years old. Those things listed above are skills that have to be taught, trained and mastered in order to achieve success.  

We’re only days away from the 2019 OLine Clinic in New Jersey and a month from the clinic in Vermont!

Get your brochure here: 2019 OLINE CLINIC BROCHURE.

You can also find an Alercio OLine Clinic brochure on XandOLabs accompanying an article on our Screen Pass Options: SPO Article

Coach Rich Alercio is available to discuss coaching philosophy, X’s & O’s, or teach his O-Line “techniques in the trenches.” Contact Coach at richalercio@gmail.com and share http://www.olineskills.com with your colleagues and friends.

Thanks for your time!


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