Originally Posted by t0ph3r89
I like the man-down drills of any variation, but I'm not sure how I feel about this. Seems a little bit useless. You need to be able to distinguish your teammates' voices AND see at the same time, otherwise you're going to run into a lane only you could see (versus the ones your back player is telling you about). That is assuming you're using markers while performing the drill. The other problems are obviously safety, and needing to know the field layout by how many steps you're taking.
The idea of a drill working exclusively on audible communication is nice, but I don't think this would be very effective. Just my opinion, though.
just communication and teamwork
it forced the quite kids to ASK for help or to HELP their teammate
you couldnt do it without communicating