football consulting

Coach Vince Suriano will give you an in depth, detailed lecture or consulting presentation on the topics discussed in his 5 Coaches Choice videos listed below as well as new topics. These new topics include: Red Zone Offense, Football Program Development from A-Z and Training the High School QB. These can be beneficial to coaches of all levels.

Consulting Topics

  • Base Run Game from the Shot Gun & Pistol
  • Characteristics & Methods of a Successful Offensive Coordinator
  • Developing an Offensive System
  • Football Program Development from A-Z
  • Game Planning and Practice Organization
  • High Percentage H.S. Passing Game
  • How to Script the First 20 Plays
  • NFL Offensive Concepts that Transition to H.S. Football
  • Practice Structure/Installation – Observation & Notes
  • Program Building
  • Red Zone Offense
  • Training the High School QB
  • What I would do differently if I went back to High School Football


  • 1 – 10 Coaches:   $100.00 / hour
  • 11 - 20 Coaches:  $ 125.00 / hour
  • 21 + Coaches:      $150.00 / hour
  • Travel expenses incurred for out of town presentations are not included in rates & fees listed above.

Developing an Offensive System for Football:
Everything a Coach Needs to Know to Install an Offense

The objective in writing this book is to give coaches a game plan and a set format to use when they are going through the process of developing their offense. This book is designed to help coaches to be thorough and systematic in the development of their offensive playbook. There are many reasons for the success or failure of any offensive system, but there are certain variables that can lead to the success of any offensive system, such as correct personnel evaluation and categorization of the offensive plays. In the initial stages of this process, it is important to evaluate your team s personnel, both their strengths and their weaknesses. It is of value to know what the players can and cannot do. Once that is identified, it is important to be able to tie in the personnel groups and formations that fit the personnel and put the best players on the field. It is advantageous to incorporate motions and shifts to these groups and formations, so that the offense has the flexibility to change strengths and blocking leverage angles. The early chapters of this book address this process in great length.


Developing an Offensive System Vol. #1

Based on the best-selling book on the same topic (Developing an Offensive System), the video reviews the key factors that coaches should consider when developing an offensive system for their team. In that regard, the video discusses the importance of being able to effectively evaluate (strengths and liabilities) the talent of the team’s personnel. The video also points out that coaches need to determine what personnel groups get a team’s best players on the field. Next, coaches need to ascertain the number of blocking schemes they want their teams to use and what they are. In addition, coaches need to decide how many base runs/ignition plays they want in their offense, as well as the auxiliary plays that come off the base runs. Finally, teams need to determine how many RPOs they want to incorporate into their offenses.


Developing an Offensive System Vol. #2

Based on the best-selling book, Developing an Offensive System, Developing an Offensive System: Vol. #2—Situational Offense is designed to teach coaches how to formulate an offensive game plan that addresses all of the specific offensive situations that their coaches might encounter during a game. The video features a review of the key factors involved in establishing an effective passing game, including concepts and packages, pass protections, red zone passing attack, and third down passing attack, as well as goal line and short-yardage passing. The video also discusses the advantages of including deceptives and trick plays in the game plan. In addition, the video looks at plays that can be incorporated into a team’s 4-minute offense/run-out-the-clock-offense. Finally, the video covers how teams can structure their team’s offensive approach to help dictate the tempo of the game and how they should handle making adjustments in their offensive system.


Scripting the First 20 Plays

Scripting the First 20 Plays details the benefits of scripting the first 20 offensive plays of a game, including the fact that it helps set the offensive tone for the game, as well as helps create momentum in a team’s favor. The video also outlines four basic objectives that should influence a coach’s offensive game planning for the game. In addition, the video addresses the two types of philosophies that can be used to help establish the scripting. Furthermore, the video reviews the format and structure that teams use to select the scripted plays. Finally, the video explains how and why scripts should be utilized during practice for all periods.


Transitioning NFL Concepts to High School Football

Transitioning NFL Concepts to High School Football looks at a number of the concepts and principles of the offensive systems that are employed on the NFL, details how they differ from those utilized on either the high school or college level, and discusses how these unique approaches could help coaches at these lower competitive levels. Among the factors covered in the video are changing the route depths of receivers, moving the tailback around, using double-moves, designating the gaps in the zone read, designating the bubble by code, teaching the 2x2 passing game by half-field concepts, teaching the passing game to the quarterback by board, reversing pass protections, and designating landmarks on the field.


What I Would Do Differently If I Went Back to High School Football

One of the most respected coaches in the history of high school football in the state of Ohio, What I Would Do Differently If I Went Back to High School Football shares his experience and the insights learned from 43 years of coaching at various competitive levels of football, including 10 years at the collegiate level. The video points out a number of factors that could help high school football coaches be better prepared to fulfill their responsibilities as difference-makers on and off the field, including the need for patience, the value of studying both sides of the ball, the benefit of post-game video corrections, the reasons for dividing the staff for game planning, the advantage of having fewer runs/schemes in the offense, the importance to initially plan all pass plays by first considering the protection, and the value of scripting plays.