Inside the Pylon and Mark Schofield present First Sound: Vad Lee, Progressions, and the Four Verticals Concept, another video in the series that resides at our YouTube Channel. Future topics include animated diagrams, player breakdowns, film study, and work from special guests.
In this installment of the series, James Madison University quarterback Vad Lee executes a four vertical concept against SMU. The play illustrates the quarterback’s ability to remain calm and work through a full-field progression read, and make a big play in the vertical passing game. It also provides a chance to compare his execution of the design with North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz, who was highlighted running the same play in a previous installment of First Sound:
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