There are seven backs in a team, with the rugby position numbers 9-15. As the name suggests they are positioned behind the forwards, and include the Scrum-half, Fly-half, two wings, inside and outside centres, and the full back.
The 100+ backs moves drills below require a level of speed, agility and evasiveness. Another requirement of a good back is someone who is able to give feedback to the playmaker or director of the backline and create effective attacks and moves.
Use the backline plays below to boost your players' ability to draw defenders out of position, attack space at pace, and communicate on the field to create weaknesses in opposition's defence. The backs moves include how to make dummy runs, join the line, and highlight how a backline should operate.