Ok, here is the situation: I have double sleeve control as my opponent stands up. He knows I want to get a De La Riva hook in and so doesn't step forward. He is bent over pretty bad and will sometimes sprawl to get my feet off his hips and try to come around. My current reaction to him standing up with his hips back is to switch to shins on biceps or try to work in a leg lasso and forget about the DLR hook. Overhead sweeps won't work without a setup (any ideas?) because it is hard to get his weight over me. What kind of offense is there against an opponent who stands up with such poor posture? I have manage to hit a scissor-like sweep when he sprawls by using one foot to push his knee back and the other foot hooked under his armpit to flip him over. Any other suggestions? Is there a good way to get the outside hook in? I've been working on my DLR game so people know I'm trying to get it. I'm just looking for other ideas and reactions for this situation I've been finding myself in more and more. Thanks!