Colleges can't afford to send coaches to see every potential student-athlete across the country. The serious high school tennis player, or any athlete for that matter, needs to do all he/she can to get noticed by college recruiters.
NSRC, courtesy of Brett Morse-Karzen, offers professionally filmed recruitment videos that highlight a student-athlete's playing abilities. Video of a player's ground strokes, serves, volleys, and match play allows a coach to "see" the player in action. By taking this initiative, the player is showing a college coach that they are serious about playing collegiate athletics and want to be considered.
Brett Morse-Karzen, a former All-American collegiate tennis player, understands the college tennis recruitment process and what coaches are looking for in a student-athlete. When Brett is not out on the tennis court he is working at his video production company. He knows how important the recruitment video is and can produce a professional video that will highlight the player's skills in a format that coaches can easily access and navigate. Brett has created videos for the top 10 world ranked doubles team of Eric Butorac/Jean-Jullian Rojer, as well as numerous talented juniors throughout the Midwest. His tennis recruiting video format has become the standard at TennisRecruiting.net.
When is the best time to make your video? Any time during your junior year or early in your senior year is the best time to make your video. These can then be sent out as DVDs or you can email online links to your video to selected college coaches.
A typical package includes:
If you are interested in a recruiting video or want more information contact Brett at (847) 924-3977 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.