The sidelines, yard lines, and hash marks provide natural reference points and visual indicators.
Everything described above is in effect, with the addition of cones that are placed midway between two yard lines, and five yards from the hash mark.
This cone is also midway between yard lines and five yards from the hash.
Now the coach has four directional options: yard lines to the right and left, and cones to the front and back.
The players react to the cue by sprinting to the yard line in that direction, touching it with the indicated hand (coach's discretion), then sprinting back to the starting line and assuming the ready position.
The one constant is the return to the starting line after the directional move to the next yard line.