10 to 20 moments.
After 20, you’re asking for more than 5 minutes from a college coach, time they just don’t have.
To understand what 10-20 moments to send, keep reading
The first 5 moments should be your best moments as a player. Make sure these are “WOW” moments. You can’t guarantee a coach will get past the 5th moment, so make sure you encourage them with your best
In our 5 do’s to get recruited, we told you to showcase a wide variety of skills. You must organize your remaining moments by theme. For example, moments 6 through 10 could all be off-ball movement.
The above photo is a Trace iD, a tool to help organize and tag soccer moments for players that capture their game results with Trace. Trace iD can easily be shared with coaches and recruiters. If you’re compiling a traditional highlight reel, you should still group your clips by theme. Make sure you read the 4 don’ts to get recruited through your recruiting video.
Moments 11 through 15 could all be defensive moments (tackling, headers, interceptions, etc…). In Sam’s moments, he shows off a defensive pass, plus a few defensive interceptions that put on display his ability to read the game.
Moments 16 through 20 can wrap you up as a player with passing ability.
Organizing your play will give the college coach a better understanding of your skill set, rather than trying to guess based off of 20 or 30 randomized clips.
See Trace iD in action
Start collecting and organizing your soccer moments. Tag a variety of your skills and give coaches and recruiters a way to understand you as a player.
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