A well-made recruiting video is absolutely essential for college recruits. College coaches don’t have the time to see hundreds of athletes in person. That’s why a video is one of the most important parts of your online resume.
Recruiting videos can show college coaches what your son or daughter has to offer in just a couple of minutes. But in order for your clips to be effective, you need to know what coaches are looking for when it comes to highlight videos. That’s where we come in. We know what coaches want to see and have the equipment and know-how to get it done in a timely manner.
All you have to do is schedule a time and we’ll cover everything from shooting the footage to the final video. We’ll even send you a link with the video that you can download and post it to youtube.
Take a look at one of our videos to the right.
$150 for one skill, $225 for two skills and $300 for three skills
Skills we can video:
We can create a video for pitching, hitting, catching and/or infield. As seen above, you can pick as many or as few skills as you would like us to video.
We can add special features to your video to make it stand out from the rest. Coaches don’t want fancy transitions or special effects. But what they do want is more information about you so they can make an educated decision. For that reason, we are offering slow motion video for any skill, radar gun velocity for pitching, and exit velocity for hitting. If you’ve got the numbers and the form we can highlight those things on your video.
If you’d like to schedule a video session…
Please email us and let us know how many skills you would like to get videotaped. Then please click here and fill out the questionnaire. You may return the questionnaire to us via email or in person at the video session.
Frequently Asked Questions…
How long does it take to get the final product?
We should have the video to you within 2 weeks of the video session.
What do you get as the final product?
The final product is a video file that you can download and do with it as you please. Some people post it on youtube and send coaches the link. We leave that part up to you.