I asked their coach, Ryan Schartz, if he'd write a bit on how they have benefited:
Last winter my offensive staff and I knew we had a group of players suited to throw the ball. Our run and shoot system was by no means broken, but it did limit some of the the things we wanted to be able to do. After reading Dan's book Re-coded and Reloaded, it dawned on me that this was the system to use. Installment started in the spring and continued into the summer. The language that he uses allows players to learn quickly. Our kids have commented several times that it is much easier to learn than our former system. His system was an easy transition as it has many run and shoot concepts built in. One of our main objectives was to be able to get our RBs out in to routes out of the backfield. The Gonzalez system more than allows an offense to use all 5 receivers. The best part, though is the rhythm passing and progression allows the QB to make his reads quick and decisive. After using parts of it for the first 3 weeks of the season, we have noticed that there is much flexibility in attacking defenses. This is all coming from at team that traditionally runs the football 80% of the time. Dan has been terrific! He is readily available to help explain and give advice. Although we have not changed much of our run game, his passing system has been a wonderful resource for our program.
Fort Osage High School