Movement for handlers for reset options. 1. Ideal places to receive the disc are on the break side (without losing too many yards) and up-field on the open-side. 2. Least ideal place to receive the disc is on the open side, behind the disc. This is not advantageous at all. 3. Handlers should always be making a move to get open - not receiving the disc flat-footed. This is not a rule, but a guideline.
Possible flow example for vertical based on a few key points: 1. Open-side handlers should be 45 degrees behind the disc. To reset to this handler, this handler should cut up-line to the open side. 2. Break-side handlers should be in line with the disc. To reset to this handler, this handler should cut behind the handler with the disc and receive the disc on the break side. 3. The first cutter (cutter behind the inactive 3rd handler) should cut break. This is not a rule, just a guideline. 4. The last cutter should cut deep and cut back on the open side for a big under. This is not a rule, just a guideline - this cutter should mirror the first cutter.
Horizontal offense basics. This illustrates which cutters are active depending on where the disc is on the field. The cutting pattern is always slash to the break-side, cut deep, then cut under on the open-side. The only "throws" are handler resets to show the pattern clearly.
This one has a lot of options after the first look, but will be a 3 person isolation play. the cutter is timing their cuts off of the handler movement and ability to look upfield. If you need to swap out call someone else and get out of the way to the stack.