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The preferred way for coaches to evaluate the recruits is to watch them in person at club tournaments, but that does not mean they will have the opportunity to see all the players on their radar competing in person. That's where a well-made video can play a big role. The video will serve two main purposes: to give coaches a way to do the initial assessment of a player, and if the coach can not see them competing in person, video may be the only way for coaches to watch a game. Here's how it works:
In initial communications with college coaches, student-athletes should always include their video. This video should focus on the action of the game. Coaches want to see how the athletes move in the game and what their ability to make plays.
If the coach likes what you saw in the initial video, you'll probably be in touch to schedule a time to evaluate the player in person.
In this article, we focus on what athletes need to include in the initial highlight video that they will send to college coaches. There are specific skills to show and different techniques to use to ensure that players are making the best first impression.