A handler, A, starts near the sideline marked by D1. A reset, B, stands approximately 5m infield, guarded by D2. A third handler, C, stands near the middle of the field, approximately 18m from the disc, guarded by D3. A downfield receiver, E, stands 8-12m downfield of C.
D1 > A > D2 > B > D3 > C > E
- This setup shows a typical sideline reset scenario in horizontal stack, where A, B and C are offensive handlers marked by defenders D1, D2 and D3 respectively. E is a downfield receiver who is positioned in this drill to provide a continuation throw once the disc is reset; in a game, this cut could come from a variety of positions depending on downfield player movement.
- B gets the disc in power position, and throws deep to E. Diagonal Lead Pass
- C cuts aggressively up the line, effectively repeating the actions of B. Meanwhile, B cycles out to replace C. To continue from this point, follow this decision tree from Step 1 again replacing B with C.
- C gets open up the line and throws continuation deep to E. Diagonal Away Throw to Straight Cut (trap force)
- C gets open up the line but the throw doesn’t go; instead, B throws continuation wide to E. Double Bravo Meanwhile, C pushes downfield into a cutting position; A, B and E are now in handling positions.
- C doesn’t get open downfield, so wrinkles back for a swing Sideline Wrinkle
- C throws continuation to E cutting towards the break side. Cut Underneath Open Side