Video Highlights

A well-made recruiting video is absolutely essential for college recruits. During the high school recruiting process, college coaches don’t have the time to see hundreds of athletes in person.  That’s why a highlight video is one of the most important parts of your online resume.

Good recruiting videos can show college coaches what a recruit 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 NCSA comes in. We know what coaches want to see. We know what sports require more skills-specific highlights in your video, and when in-game footage is more important. NCSA will help you put together the best recruiting video that you can to get noticed.

Earning an athletic scholarship isn’t easy, and the competition is tough. But if you have the tools like a good online resume and an excellent highlight video, you’re on the right track.

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NCSA Athletic Recruiting is the world’s first Athleadership Network that changes lives by building leaders through sports and connects students and their families along with high school and college coaches and the business community for the purpose of maximizing athletic scholarship opportunity and life’s potential.  The network is made available to high school student athletes around the country through relationships with ESPN, NIKE, IMG Academy and the NFLPA.  NCSA is the leading collegiate recruiting source for more than 500,000 student-athletes and 42,000 college coaches across the country.  By taking advantage of this extensive network, more than 92% of NCSA Athletic Recruiting-verified athletes go on to play at the collegiate level.  In addition, NCSA educates over 4 million athletes and their parents about the recruiting process each year through educational resources on its website, presentations of the critically-acclaimed seminar “College Recruiting Simplified,” and the book from NCSA Athletic Recruiting, “Athletes Wanted.”