Passing-driven competitions provide good exposure, add excitement to summer grind
GLEN ELLYN – Chad Hetlet’s defensive roots don’t allow the Glenbard West football coach to be especially fond of the 7-on-7 competitions that have become a summer staple.
But with the current landscape of high school football, he fully understands the need for such events.
“I think because you are getting a lot more spread offenses over the last 10 years, with that a lot of teams want to work on their timing,” Hetlet said. “[7-on-7s] have definitely exploded. Coaches feel like it gives them opportunities to get in a team environment.”
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