The video above shows the flag football passing tree that I use with my 9-11 year old team. This passing tree is a little different from the conventional one you’ll generally find if you search online. The reason that I decided…
This play involves a hand off to a receiver in motion, a quick shovel pass, or a Go route up the sideline that may be wide open as the defense focuses on the other players.
This play with its 3 deep options can open up the offense. However, the Quarterback will be need to create time by avoiding the rush.
While the main focus of this play completing the short pass the Wide receiver coming on the Drag route, depending on how the defense is playing, the Tight receiver on the Corner route is a viable option as well.