Well its more working in pairs. Having a good coach with them who can cajole it along is key. But let them lead a little too if they are able to explain. If they exain it they learn too. Thats the key with using strong kids, there has to be an element of learning for them. Explaining the drill ir game may well be a challenge for them, hence they gain too.
Keep tasks short if concentration is an issue.
Maybe leave impleme ts as a choice then as well. Let lads use small hurleys even as ye move forward. They will want to mive up eventually if they are interested. And if not, you coached. You are not a miracle worker.
But as i say, you can only do so much.