Blocking in transition, defender does not give opponent opportunity to land and to stop/change direction

This is an example of a defensive foul for blocking. Defenders positioned outside the Lower Defensive Box must allow airborne offensive players catching the ball the opportunity to land, and then stop, or change direction prior to contact. On this play, the defensive player does not allow the offensive player who is receiving the ball the opportunity to stop or change direction after he catches the ball, and therefore, and this is a blocking foul.