The most important man on the field goal unit besides you. He catches the ball from the center and places the ball in the exact position and angle you need for a successful kick. Always praise him regardless of whether the hold was good or bad.
a player who holds the ball upright for a place kick. huddle - an on-field gathering of members of a team in order to receive instructions for the upcoming play. inbound lines - the hash marks. kickoff - a place kick which starts each half or restarts the game following a touchdown. kick returner - a player on the receiving team who specializes in returning kickoffs lateral - a pass thrown to the side or backward. line of scrimmage - the yard line at which a down begins.
The holder plays a vital role in the kicking game, receiving the snap from the center and setting the ball up for the kicker. The holder has just a fraction of a second to catch the ball, place it in the right position for the kicker, and spin the ball to ensure that the laces are pointed towards the target. The holder is usually a backup quarterback or punter.
The player who holds the ball during a place kick.
a player who holds the ball upright for a place kick. Often backup quarterbacks are used for their superior ball-handling ability
The player, usually the punter or backup quarterback, who holds the snapped ball so that the field goal kicker can kick it.
In American football the holder is the player who receives the snap during field goal and extra point attempts. The holder is usually positioned between seven and eight yards behind the line of scrimmage. The holder kneels down and places the hand furthest from the line of scrimmage on the ground with the other hand held out waiting for the ball to be snapped to him.