Receiving a pull is an area in which a team should be extremely proficient, as it is an event that occurs hundreds of times over a season. It is a mistake to not take advantage of these moments in which the defense is not entirely set. The ideal situation occurs when the offense initiates play from the brick and scores a seemingly effortless, or uncontested, goal.
This drill is designed to simulate coordinated cutting by 4 cutters in a horizontal offense. Cutters move from point to point among three lines of cones forming multiple diamonds. Being careful not to run into each other and cut in coordinated fashion, the cutters make their way across the field.