Horizontal Stack - L Playproctera
Horizontal Stack from Pull to Point. 2,4,6 are handlers. 1,3,5,7 are the horizontal stack. Player 3 cuts toward the handlers then cuts forced side to get the first throw from the handlers. Player 5 cuts deep to the end zone and then back to get the second throw from player 3. 7 cuts toward the handlers then to the end zone then back to get the disc from player 5 for the third catch. Player 1 slowly creeps toward the end zone and then cuts to the force side for the throw into the end zone from player 5.
Timing Horizontal Cutsadrianliem
This drill helps players learn how to time their down-field cuts in a horizontal offense.
Here's a play to help move the disc off the sideline and into open space downfield.
Out and Underadrianliem
Here's a simple play to help initiate the offense from a Vertical Stack.
Here is a version of a vertical flood play, initiated into the open side, but with the first pass and subsequent flood going Break Side.
1 and 2 are handlers, 3 sets stack, 7 is best cutter; force flick shown. Players must be spread out well and cut with smart direction and timing to avoid picks. Thrower will need to i/o semi-break their mark for the straight forward throw.
Vertical Stack - Pairs Backhand/Forehandproctera
2, 4, 7 are handlers. 5 and 1 are Backhand side and 6 and 3 are Forehand side.
An advanced play that relies on having an initial Handler who is able to break the force on the very first throw, and a second handler who can huck it deep.
Horizontal Offense: Repositioningadrianliem
Here is a basic sequence showing how to re-establish positioning after moving the disc downfield in a Horizontal Offense. The basic premise with re-positioning is to typically have a Handler fill in the position left vacant by the Lane Cutter. The main goal is to maintain the overall positions where the player with the disc always has 2 options to reset the disc to another Handler, as well as 4 options downfield for continuation passes (2 primary and 2 secondary).