Updated: Jun 21
The first tip I can give you is that the first 3-5 plays make or break your highlight tape as a WR. College coaches have busy schedules and they do not have time to sit there and fish through a 10-12 minute highlight tape. They want to see if you can stand out on the first few plays because chances are, that’s all they will watch in the first place. Demonstrate your catching ability, yards after the catch/contact, route running and big play ability. Do not just include routine plays for only 10yds.
The second tip I can give you is that college coaches need actual film. If you are a guy who doesn’t have film don’t make a highlight tape based around drills and routes vs air, or even 7on7. Coaches want to see you perform in pads because that’s ultimately what matters. However, if you’re a guy who doesn’t have film the way you can get on a coaches radar is getting out to camps. If you don’t have a film a coach is going to want to see you with his own eyes. Get in front of him so when you do get tape and send it he has somewhat of a better idea of how you play the game.
Lastly, make sure you a respectful to college coaches. No matter what level you are at, there is a ton of turnover in the college coaching world. A coach who is at a D3 right now, might be at a D1 school in 2 years where you plan on committing, and guess what, if you brushed him off he’s not going to want you. Every coach who talks to you is an opportunity. So always treat them with respect so they have a great first impression of you. CHECK THIS OUT BELOW SPECIAL OFFER ⬇️⬇️
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