- 1 What should be in a softball recruiting video?
- 2 How much does a softball recruiting video cost?
- 3 How do I make a recruiting video?
- 4 What do college softball coaches look for in recruits?
- 5 How much does a recruiting video cost?
- 6 What are some softball drills?
- 7 What is the average speed of a college softball pitcher?
- 8 What makes a good recruiting video?
- 9 What is the best baseball recruiting website?
- 10 What is a good home to first in softball?
- 11 How fast do Division 1 softball pitchers throw?
- 12 What is the fastest softball pitch ever?
What should be in a softball recruiting video?
Your softball skills video is arguably the most important part of your recruiting profile. Your softball skills video should include:
- 3-4 ground balls hit directly at you.
- 3-4 ground balls hit directly to your left.
- 3-4 ground balls hit directly to your right/backhand.
- 3-4 slow choppers hit directly at you.
How much does a softball recruiting video cost?
Our “We film & edit” edit price starts at $395 for batting and one field position. Pitchers and Catchers start at $495 for batting and their position. Additional field positions are $75 each. Our “You film we edit” option starts at $195 for your field position.
How do I make a recruiting video?
Here are 13 pieces of advice for using videos in recruiting:
- Share the basic information.
- Include the right people.
- Highlight questions candidates tend to have.
- Keep the videos short.
- Make multiple videos.
- Keep it genuine and fun.
- Include a call to action.
- Promote extensively.
What do college softball coaches look for in recruits?
College softball coaches evaluate a player’s athleticism based on arm strength and accuracy, speed, fielding range and the ability to hit for power and average. Softball recruiting guidelines enable prospects to compare their skill with athletes competing at the college level.
How much does a recruiting video cost?
Professional videos can cost from $500 to $1,500, so if you commit to creating your own, you can put that money in the college fund. Recruiting Services: Recruiting services that contact colleges on behalf of athletes might be helpful, but can be very expensive if you aren’t careful.
What are some softball drills?
To help you spice up your hitting practices, here are a few softball hitting drills to keep things fun:
- Pepper Game. To develop bat control and a short, quick swing.
- Colored Ball Soft Toss. The hitter learns to concentrate and keep the weight back.
- Two Hand Bat.
- Hitting Fungoes.
- Bounce in Front.
- Drop Toss.
What is the average speed of a college softball pitcher?
What is the average pitching speed for college softball? Throwing 63 miles per hour will get you noticed by scouts, but the average pitching speed for college softball ranges from 58-65 miles per hour, taking all divisions into consideration.
What makes a good recruiting video?
Make your recruitment video fun – both for your employees and your potential job candidates. It is important that your employees have fun while making your recruiting video. Their energy will shine through and captivate your potential candidates with its authenticity and good vibes. Don’t be afraid to use humor!
What is the best baseball recruiting website?
There is little doubt that SportsForce is the best baseball recruiting website you can find simply because we focus primarily on Baseball and have some of the best recruiters in the business.
What is a good home to first in softball?
My top 14U players home to first time is about 3 seconds. I consider anything under 3.2 to be fast and 3.3 – 3.5 to be the average. Anything over 3.5 would be slow. For a 9 YO I would add about a second to these times.
How fast do Division 1 softball pitchers throw?
Division 1: 63 MPH or faster. Division 2: 58 MPH or faster. Division 3 and NAIA: 55 MPH or faster.
What is the fastest softball pitch ever?
The fastest recorded softball pitch is 77 mph (123.9 km/h), achieved by Monica Abbott (USA) on 16 June 2012 in a National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) game for the Chicago Bandits against the Carolina Diamonds in Kannapolis, North Carolina, USA.