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End-zone cameras help coaches teach O-line play

Staff Report

Ronnie Jankovich is the Director of Athletic Performance at Etowah High (Ga.), and he believes there’s only one way to break down film of offensive linemen.

“It’s an end zone camera or a view from that angle,” Jankovich said. “Teaching the O-line is the most important thing we can do. It’s hard to do without that view to show them.”

Jankovich recently shared some other ways in which coaches can ramp up their programs this offseason.

What is the No. 1 goal for your team this spring?

“We are starting from scratch with a new head coach, new staff, new everything. The mission is to come together and become a close-knit group.”

Share one activity that you utilize to reinforce your team’s culture.

“At the end of each practice or training session, we go around and ‘give love’ to our teammates and coaches.”

What coaching apps do you use most often?

“Coach’s Eye.”

What is one change you’ve made to your strength and conditioning program in the last year?

“They hired me. Our new program has purchased some barbells and bumpers. Prior to this offseason, we did not have many.”

If you could have a cup of coffee with one football coach (living or deceased), who would it be?

“New York Jets coach Robert Saleh.”

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