Having the right video is key to the recruiting process. Coaches want to learn everything they can about athletes before recruiting them and the best way to do this is by watching their videos.
FieldLevel has spoken to dozens of college coaches about what they want to see AND what they don’t want to see in an athlete’s video. Because each sport has different recommendations for what an athlete’s video should include, we’ve written articles to help athletes to create the best videos possible.
As we speak with more college coaches, we will continue to add more articles about making the best videos.
Men’s and Women’s Soccer Video Guidance
Football Video Guidance
Women’s Volleyball Video Guidance
Basketball Video Guidance
Water Polo Video Guidance
Field Hockey Video Guidance
Lacrosse Video Guidance
Softball Video Guidance
Baseball Video Guidance
If you have any questions about video or the recruiting process, the FieldLevel team is here to help you and support you. If there’s anything we can do, please contact us in one of the following ways:
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FieldLevel June 21, 2022 at 6:32 pm
Hi Allen! Thank you for your question and patience with our reply. Your videos can take almost any format on FieldLevel including .mp4, .mov, etc. You can also upload a video link from YouTube, Hudl, etc onto your timeline. Additionally, it does not matter what the video is shot on, as long as the video is high quality enough for a coach to clearly see what’s going on in the video! For more information about adding video to an athlete’s profile, check out this article: https://support.fieldlevel.com/en/articles/811785-adding-video-to-an-athlete-s-profile
Audrey Bell July 27, 2022 at 10:39 pm
All of my film is on Hudl. Is there a way I can add a film from Hudl to Fieldlevel or leave a link to my Hudl profile?
FieldLevel August 3, 2022 at 10:58 pm
Hi Audrey! Thank you for your question.
You can upload or add your video links directly from your profile page.
Select the “Add Video” button from your profile page and select either the upload option, or if you are trying to upload video links from Hudl or YouTube, select the website/URL option.
For more information about posting videos, please check out this FAQ article: https://support.fieldlevel.com/faqs/athletes-parents-and-promoting-coaches-high-school-club-travel-junior-college/adding-video-to-an-athletes-profile
Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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