Wide receivers are the play makers on the field. They must have a good combination of physical traits and hand-eye coordination. A great receiver is such a complicated combination of traits. Agility, body control, strength, quickness, soft hands, physical stamina, concentration, and focus.
During practice , the drill starts with two players standing on the goal line facing each other 5 yards apart. They start running sideways tossing the ball back to back until they reach the end zone. They get a quick rest, then start back up on the field.
They have to make sure they stretch before they play. They should also wear gloves to make it easier to catch the ball.
RULES OF THE GAME
When the play is being set up the wide receiver has to be 15 yards from the sidelines. To complete a pass, the wide receiver has to have one foot in bounds. After catching the ball, the receiver wants to go at least 10 yards to make a first down.