Travelle Gaines: The SKLZ agility cones work
with us a lot because they’re color-coordinated, so we can have players run through a set of
the yellow cones, or run through a set of the black cones, or run through a set of the
orange cones. On top of that they’re very, very easy to store.
Juan Valden: You get kids from college that, “When was the last time you did cones?” My
first community college, wow! It was all about learning how to explode in and out of your
breaks with your arms running on the cones. It’s all about direct correlation to taking
your drills to the field. Lucas Moore: They’re working on one of their
combine drills. This is called a 5-10-5; it is is one of their shuttles they’ll run. Just
working on their form, working on their technique. Travelle Gaines: They can break the mud anywhere
and get a quick set of a reaction drill, or a speed drill, or a quickness drill, simple,
just by throwing the cones down at any given time.