Good. You're almost where you need to be. Begin to predict where the ball is going - follow a cutter, back out, be active and supportive of your teammates. Every position needs to have offensive awareness - always be a threat.
Not bad - study the game more. Watch great players - see how the react to opportunities. Don't be afraid to try something new.
Great. Don't telegraph your passes. Be deceptive, make quick decisions, move the ball. A great feed doesn't have to be a perfect feed.
Play more - watch more. The more field time you absorb over time, the better your reactions get, the more confidence you'll have, and the better all around athlete you'll be.
Awesome job. Keep getting stronger - its up to you how hard you work at this.
Perfect. Coaches love defensive leaders and big time hustlers. Fly in and out from the crease to your guy - keep your head on a swivel.
Good. Step one: don't get beat top side. Start with good body position and most importantly remember defense is not a 1 on 1 - there are 5 other players ready to help you. Communicate and play together.
Great. Be confident in your ability to both handle the ball and utilize your defensive skills. Close the distance on your offensive player - don't chase with your stick, rely on your feet.
Nice. Use your size and angles to create good paths of impact. Be tough - be loud.
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