A vital part of the volleyball recruiting process is the creation of an eye-catching video to showcase your skills.
For many players the hardest part of skills video creation isn’t finding a great play that they made or even deciding how long to spend passing, setting, serving and hitting. The hard part is editing the video. If you lack the right software and expertise, the final product can make it difficult for a coach to even know which player you are. It’s hard for a coach to be impressed by your amazing kill if he or she was watching the defense instead.
But VolleyballRecruits.net offers a solution to this problem in the form of their Silver, Gold and Platinum membership packages. Players who need some help editing their skills video only can sign up for the silver package; if you need editing assistance on just a highlight reel, try the gold package. For players looking for help on the editing of both types of videos, the Platinum package is for you.
Check out some of the highlighted videos that they’ve put together for current members and see if this service is right for you. They have professional editors on staff who use highlighting effects to ensure that coaches have their eye on you and only you throughout the video, and since these videos can make or break your chances at a scholarship, you want to take advantage of every opportunity to stand out.
Even the best club volleyball teams tend to make it to only a handful of National Qualifiers every year, and with hundreds of players attending each tournament your chances of being seen randomly by your favorite school aren’t very good. That’s where highlight reels come in.
These videos give you the opportunity to put your best foot forward and show college coaches what you’re capable of at your best. While a video alone probably won’t land you a place in a top tier program, it can push the coach toward coming to see you in person, which will dramatically increase your chances of recruitment.
If any readers end up using VolleyballRecruits.net, please let us know what you think – we’d love to hear your first hand experience of recruiting!
Full disclosure: These reviews are part of an agreement with VolleyballRecruits.net. Regardless of that, I’m a big fan of the tool they’ve put together and I’m excited about bringing it to the attention of my readers.