Four Essential Run Blocking Schemes in Modern High School Football provides an in-depth look at the run game in modern football by focusing on just four blocking schemes. Although an offense can be built which includes many other schemes, at least three of the four schemes outlined in this book should be the basis of any run game. That is because they are adaptable to any formation and any offensive system. They are not formation-specific and can be run to a tight side or an open side. They can be run from three-back, two-back, one-back, and even empty personnel groupings. For that reason, these four schemes are ideal for any system which is multiple in its approach. Topics cover the evolution, coaching points, techniques, and blocking rules of each scheme, along with numerous diagrams from multiple formations and personnel groupings versus all modern defensive structures. Reading this book will benefit offensive line coaches and offensive coordinators, but will also benefit defensive coordinators and even casual fans who are trying to understand modern football offense.