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A Highlight Video is a 3-5 minute compilation of your best plays.  It is designed to catch the attention of college coaches.

You can certainly be recruited without a Highlight Video, however having one makes the recruiting process much easier.  College coaches see literally thousands of student athletes and a professionally edited Highlight video will help you stand out from the crowd.

GAME VIDEOS

Game videos are typically available approx. 7 days after the conclusion of the event.  The videos are made available online and can be delivered as streaming or downloadable files.

After ordering your game videos, you will receive an instructional email when the videos are available.

HIGHLGIHT VIDEOS

After ordering your Highlight Video package, you will be sent a link to our HIGHLIGHT DATA SHEET.  This is the form that you will complete to indicate which exact plays you want our editors to use in your Highlight Video.  You can use videos already uploaded to Youtube, HUDL, etc. or you can upload your game videos directly to us.

After we receive the Data Sheet, our editors will compile your play selections, spotlight you in each clip, add transitions, and create an introductory page as well as a biographical page so you can share all of your info with college coaches.

GAME VIDEOS

Game video files are typically available approx. 7-10 days after the conclusion of the event.

HIGHLIGHTS

The editing process takes approx. 15 working days from the time you submit the Highlight Data Sheet.

Touchline Video is the largest video production company in the country that specializes in ONLY youth sports.

We have helped thousands of student-athletes connect with college coaches since 2009.

We are trusted by some of the largest and most prestigious sports organizations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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