RSP Rorschach: QB Trevone Boykin By Matt WaldmanDecember 7, 2015 ( 1 ) The latest RSP Rorschach features a play from TCU’s offense. List above and vote below: Take Our Poll Learn more about Trevone Boykin in the latest RSP Film Room with Gene Clemmons. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Categories: Matt Waldman, RSP RorschachTags: Matt Waldman, Matt Waldman Film Room, Matt Waldman RSP, RSP, RSP Film Room, RSP Rorschach, Trevone Boykin RSP Related Articles Mark Schofield’s RSP NFL Lens QB Gardner Minshew (Jaguars): Confirming Coverage and the Cut Call By markschofieldrsp2 days ago ( 1 ) The College Draft Podcast with Ross Tucker And Matt Waldman: UCF-Stanford, TCU-Purdue, And South-Carolina-Alabama By Matt Waldman2 days ago The Fantasy Film And Data RSP Cast Ep.2: Week 1 with the Chiefs, Eagles, Ravens, And 49ers By J Moyer3 days ago 1 comment › Peter December 18, 2015 • 11:31 am I’ll take none of the above. #7’s responsibility should be the most dangerous defender of the Corner or the Safety. From the presnap alignment of the safety and (presumably) the corner, #7 should be able to recognize the safety as likely the most dangerous. The safety is aligned 8 yards deep at the snap with inside leverage on the receiver, while we can see the the corner clearly plays a deep third responsibility (I infer his alignment also indicated that since it doesn’t look like there’s much disguise here), so his presnap alignment must have been at least 8 yards off #7. He should be able to recognize the safety as having an underneath coverage responsibility and to likely be the most dangerous. In that case, he should take a flatter angle at the snap to get good leverage on the safety, cut him off, and spring #10 for a big play. Loading... Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.