Vol.2, No.3
High School Football Players

Football 101: defense

Fund raiser ideas for high school football teams

How safe is high school football?


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The High School Football Issue

 A Letter From The Editor

In some areas it's a religion, and others a pastime, but no matter where you live high school football is important to its players. Skill, speed, talent and smarts are all something to be strived for before taking the field (and hopefully taking victory). This issue celebrates the American sport of football, and tries to offer resources to its players and parents of players. Introductory topics (like what is offense) are offered, as well as more specialized help for players in different positions. Understanding what coaches are looking for can help someone get on the team, and learning what makes someone a better player can help facilitate the move from junior varsity to varsity. A few of our contributors touch on safety, as it can never see too much attention.

Warmly,


Patricia Meyer
HappyNews Editor

 High School Football Players : Table of Contents

» How to be a better high school football player » What football position is best for you? » Football safety gear explained » What coaches are looking for in high school football players » 5 tips for high school defensive tackles » Football 101: defense » Football 101: offense » High school football agility drills » High school football punting drills » High school football quarterback drills » High school football tackling drills » Fund raiser ideas for high school football teams » Gear checklist for youth football players » High school football conditioning drills » High school football positions » How safe is high school football? » How to make a high school football team » 5 tips for high school offensive guards » 5 tips for high school linebackers » 5 tips for high school safeties » 5 tips for high school tight ends » 5 tips for high school nose tackles