My DD is mainly a C, 1B, and sometimes OF. In baseball she was a catcher, mainly secondary, and her sole job was to let nothing get past her. She's good at that. However, she doesn't have strong throwdown skills, at least on the stopwatch. This past weekend she did a prospect camp at a school she's highly interested in. Her times were in the 2.0 range. Sadly, this is the ONLY thing they did for catchers. Didn't matter that she's a wall and has single digits for passed balls allowed for an entire year in her stats. Thing is, the hardest thing to get as a catcher, her arm, was super strong. (I even saw the coaches turn around and start talking about it, overheard one say something like "Didn't see that coming.") I don't want to use the word "cannon", but visually, she had the strongest, or at LEAST top 3, arms of the entire group. There was one girl there that got in the 1.6 range. My DD's arm was as strong, if not stronger, than hers. So her throw down issues are 100% in her footwork and mechanics before that. She wants to go back next year and impress the hell out of them and also show a progression of work over this year. Are there any GOOD videos I should be looking at that really breaks things down step by step? Free or even buy something, though I'm certainly not looking for a whole SET. Thanks guys/gals.