A post player that can spread the floor and make shots at a high level adds a lot of value to a team. It puts the post defender in a mismatch situation by requiring them to guard further out on the floor than they are used to. This is also great for transition situations as well because most post defenders are taught to run back to the rim in transition defense. So if the post player is able to make trail shots, it really helps out the transition offense. The post defender must either come out and defend the trail shooter, leaving the basket open for penetration, or give up the trail shot.
The Vanderbilt Post Transition Shooting Drill is going to help the shooter to work on shooting trail shots from multiple spots on the floor. It will allow the player to work on coming into their shot from different angles and spots on the floor. It is a great shooting drill to use with your post players if you are a coach, or to use on your own if you have a rebounder.