Obviously a lifetime of work and training ahead. But I am hopeful and excited of his potential. My emphasis right now is the bottom position of the snatch and clean squat. Like all beginners he tentative jumping aggressively and deeply into his squat. I think a lot of front squats and overhead squats holding the down position will help in positioning strength. While hang lifts from the hip will help his speed and aggressiveness.
What do you guys think? If you've watched his 300lbs deadlift video then you can see he has plenty of pull strength. BTW his best back squat is 200lbs, and front squat is 65kg.
Second Koing on keeping the back/ass down throughout the lift. I'm guessing he may be a taller kid? That was a major sticking point when I started. Although he's on the right path starting at such a young age.
Also it seems he is tightening his shoulders and starting to shrug before he hits his explode position. Drill it into him to keep his shoulders and arms (but not hands) relaxed until he hits his explode. Otherwise he'll have worse bar position during the catch along with a weakened velocity after the second pull.