Maybe I used the term "moves" too liberally. I agree, a go-to move is critical. I've found that to be the case anyway. When we used to teach Coerver to the preteens exclusively, we'd show them dozens of moves. Out of hundreds, only 1 or 2 kids over the years really had more than one go-to move. And you can see it in pros too—everyone knows it's coming but still can't stop it. What I'm looking to add is having a bit more wiggle and shake to their game. More simple ball feints, foot feints, shoulder feints etc. Something to throw off the defender's timing vs a scissors move. Hope that makes sense. Maybe I can incorporate that as part of a warm-up—two minutes of freestyle dribbling against a defender. I don't really have good words for what I'm thinking.