These are variations of the Shuffle Offense. Some are very similar and only change the assignments of one player. Others have a basic shuffle pattern yet differ from the Deweyville Shuffle. I have included 12 variations, as with Options and Entries the number of variations are endless. These 12 are the variations we've found that most closely resemble the Deweyville Shuffle. The first 10 variations can be used against a man or zone defense. The Iowa Shuffle, the Leander Shuffle and the Maryland Shuffle were designed to be used against a zone defense but we have witnessed all used succesfully against a man defense as well. The last shuffle is the Jauregui Shuffle and was given to by Coach Gabriel Jauregui and is basically designed to be used versus a man to man defense.
As with the Options and Entries if you choose to add a variation(s) of the Deweyville Shuffle to your offensive package, it would be wise to limit the number you add to the capability of your team to execute.
In showing the various variations of the Deweyville Shuffle we will not attempt to go into any great detail. And will only show the basic movements and not the options which can be added.
GUARD AROUND SHUFFLE