College Recruiting Videos
Whether you would like to get a scholarship on a Division I team or make it onto the roster of a Division III team, it’s important to get noticed by college coaches. One of the best ways of getting on a coach’s radar is by submitting a professional college recruiting video.
Our College Recruitment Videos aren't flashy and overproduced. Rather, they get to the point and don't waste the coach's time. We include what the coaches want to see. We make you look good, but keep it realistic, so that the coach gets a good idea of the real player behind the video. Coaches appreciate this, and we have a high success rate of our clients getting recruited to join college teams as a result.
College coaches have very limited opportunities to see recruits play in person, and tournament records don't tell the whole story. This makes video footage of a player's strokes and point play critical. It is also important to submit video that shows the player in a good, but realistic light. Multimedia Tennis is able to put together college recruiting video packages that contains the information that college coaches look for, and we have been successful in helping to get players into the colleges of their choice.
"Tony and John were outstanding in creating a professional college recruiting video for my son. The video has been viewed by dozens of college coaches and my son will be attending Emory University this fall." - Erika Lo (Mother of Andrew Lo)
Players Who Have Used Our College Recruiting Video Services
- Dean Stratakos, Stanford University
- Scott Bout, University of Illinois
- Gabe Owens, Amherst College
- Kyle Pease, University of Northern Colorado
- Vikram Vasan, Johns Hopkins University
- Stephanie Nguyen, University of California, Irvine
- Arianna Chen, Pomona-Pitzer (Pomona College), 2016 NCAA DIII National Indoor Team Champions
- Mae Coyiuto, 2 time 1st team All-SCIAC, SCIAC All-Academic at Pomona-Pitzer (Pomona College), 2016 NCAA DIII National Indoor Team Champions
- Megan Govi, Portland State
- Nico Lunardi, University of Washington
- Lance Ngo, University of Pacific
- Andrew Lo, Emory University