First Sound: Carson Wentz Progressions

Inside the Pylon and Mark Schofield are proud to present First Sound: Carson Wentz Progressions, another video in the series that resides at our YouTube Channel. Future topics will include animated diagrams, player breakdowns, film study, and some special guests.

In this edition of First Sound former college quarterback and film connoisseur Mark Schofield looks at North Dakota State senior Carson Wentz’s ability to read progressions. On this play, Wentz and the Bison are trying to make a big play downfield, using a four verticals concept and the QB’s ability to read the defense and throw the deep ball:

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2 thoughts on “First Sound: Carson Wentz Progressions

  1. Great stuff. A seldom talked about advantage of working from under center is the ability to read the defense off the snap with the ball in your hands. Gotta catch the SG snap first.

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