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Carl Middleton December 21st, 2007 08:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Ethan Cooper (Post 795850)
Not a good week to admit this but I'm a huge FSU fan.

Wow.... we do exist!

Jason Boyette December 21st, 2007 09:19 AM

Definitely on the sidelines if at all possible. The closer the better. And of course one in the press box (if possible) or high up in the stands so the coaches can see the plays unfold and look for things like proper technique and how they run routes or read defenses etc.
I only go into the end zone when they are inside the 10 yard line but only sometimes. But being right at the goal line is a nice shot if you know your offensive player is likely to get the ball and run to your side!

Doug Bennett December 27th, 2007 04:53 PM

the NFL is real hard-ass about their footage. Even the TV stations that broadcast the games are strictly regulated about what footage they can use in their promos.

Jessica Gourdine December 28th, 2007 11:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Jason Boyette (Post 795861)
I have interviewed the player himself and had him tell his name, school, gpa, awards, etc. in the interview. Never had the chance to interview coaches, but that is a good idea as well...but keep it short. No coach will look at stuff that is more than 5-10 minutes (except game footage).


So, you recommend a total of 5-10 minutes dedicated to highlights, interviews, etc. Is that the same with basketball videos also?

Jessica Gourdine December 31st, 2007 10:03 AM

What's the going rate for a recruitment video?


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