The Power I Formation Offense is a top 10 best proven youth football. I am biased about the Power I since I grew up running the Power I in Junior High and High School. I even run a variation of the Power-I today in my Power Wing Beast Offense which I call PIE.
The Power I formation is a variation of the T Formation and I Formation. You can run the option series similar to a Split T Option series or the ISO Lead and Power series, which I prefer for youth football.
Power I Formation Offense
Power I Formation is usually a tight alignment with two tight ends but they can be split too for pass plays. I usually have the o-line gap splits less than 1 foot and run GOD or GOLD blocking as my base blocking scheme. The Quarterback is under Center. Like the WB the FB is right behind the QB and like the I formation the TB is behind the FB and QB in a straight line. The main alignment difference from the I and QB is the WB3 back is aligned next to the Fullback or just off-set back toward the TB behind the called L/R guard. So above this is a Power I Left.
More Top Youth Football Formations
Not interested in the Power I Formation Offense for youth football, then check out other other top youth football formations run by many youth football teams in tackle leagues across the US.
- Single Wing
- Yale Single Wing Beast
- I Formation
- Double Wing
- Wing T
- T Formation / Full House T
- Power I
- Split Backs / Veer
- Diamond Formation
- Off-Set I
- Stack I / Maryland I
Check out Coach Parker’s eBook on the Power I Formation Selected Youth Football Plays.
What youth football formation and or offense do you coach? Or which is your favorite? Do you like the Power I Formation Offense? Let me know I would love to hear from you.
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