Bigelow 5-out youth
See Offence - Youth.
1) On any pass, the two players closest to the ball screen for the two players furthest from the ball (the passer always screens away).
It's a good way to keep the court spread, keep them moving, and confuse the defence. If two players set a screen for the same player, it's not the worst thing in the world, it's a double screen, then just space to fill spots.
a) Point-to-wing pass.
1 passes to 2 and screens away for 3, 4 screens for 5.
b) Wing to corner
2 passes to 5 and screens away for 3, 4 screens for 1.
c) Corner to wing
5 passes to 3 and screens away for 1, 2 screens away for 4.
d) Wing to point
3 passes to 4 and screens away for 1, 2 screens for 5.
2) Variation - the two furthest players screen for the two closest players (the passer always uses a screen).
On backscreens, the defence is forced to cover the basket, the screener will be open (if you really want to get a shot, set a screen).
4 passes to 3 and gets a screen from 2, 5 screens for 1.
3 passes to 5 and gets a screen from 2, 4 screens for 1.
5 passes to 2 and gets a screen from 4, 1 screens for 3.
2 passes to 3 and gets a screen from 5, 4 screens for 1.