Archived Posts‘Night Train’ Bovain on Inside LeveragePosted on January 29, 2013 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr From the Coyote mailbag — this letter from Alex Bonner of the Cornish (England) Sharks — Hey Coach — Just a quick message to ask a favour … I am starting the long long road of coaching this season and taking over a secondary coach/player for the Cornish Sharks. I was wondering if there is any advice or tips you could give me or any favourite coyote drills you could send me. Much Appreciated — Alex Bonner, Cornish Sharks CB #35.Our reply, from Coyote veteran captain and All-American safety Michael “Bo” Bovain — Hey Alex! Thanks for writing! We teach to keep inside leverage on the wide receiver, because the quarterback’s throw to the open field is the easiest throw to make, and gives the receiver the entire field to work with. The throw to the outside shoulder is longer, more difficult, and the sideline is your friend. Always get to the receiver before you look back for the ball. If they make the catch, you can always push them out of bounds. Good luck this season, and Coyote up!