|Give and Go Passing Drill|
|Place four cones in a line, each about 25 meters apart from each other (distance may need to be varied). |
|The first cone is home plate, the second cone is first base, the third cone is second base and the last cone is third base.|
|Have one player at each base; player B at first base, player C at second base, player D at third base and the rest in a line behind home plate. |
**The bases can be moved closer or further away to work on different length passing.
- Player A passes the ball to player B and immediately sprints towards a spot about 10 meters to the left of player B.
- Player B delivers a one-touch pass to player A and then pivots to his right and runs towards second base.
- Player A receives the pass and passes it back to the running player B.
- Player A stops at this point and takes up a position at first base.
- Player B then initiates the sequence again by passing the ball to player C at second base and sprinting to a spot about 10 meters to the left of player C.
- Player C delivers a one-touch pass to player B and pivots to his right and runs towards third base.
- Player B receives the ball and passes it to player C and then goes to second base.
- The sequence continues at third base with players C and D.
- Player C will end up at third base
- Player D will finally dribble the ball around the outside of the activity and get back in line at home plate and the next player in line at home plate starts the drill all over.
|To add conditioning and keep everyone more active, the next player behind player A at home plate may start as soon as player B delivers his pass to player C. |
|You can also make it more challenging by only having 3 or 4 balls in use. This forces the player at third base to have to hussle when dribbling back to home plate. |