Originally Posted by BirdieLane
The only other thing, definitely a second priority (and many players fight this) is that he opens up his hips a little early which leads to a little overrotation of his hips and then shoulders. It's not too bad but if you can get him to hold that back foot longer (before it points forward) you will get more from the kenetic chain and you won't overrotate the hips and shoulders as much.
Better than many kids I've seen at this. It is way too common. The player loses some of the energy he has built up in his lower body and can cause problems consistently striking the ball cleanly in non-optimal situations.