lacrosse RECRUITING TAPES - General Information

STEP 1. Send us the video footage.

   - If it is in file format on your computer, click the following link, put in your email address, drag all your files onto the page, and hit the transfer button:

- If the files are on your phone, download the free WeTransfer App, install it, then click the above link on your phone.

- If your files are on google drive or another online service, simply share the folder they are in with us:

- If your files are on YouTube, copy the link and send it to us - we can download videos from YouTube and edit them.

- If your files are on DVD, VHS, Mini DV Tape, etc, you can send us the media and we can copy it. We also return everything back to you.


STEP 2. We digitize the footage and send it to you with a time code overlay

 - We add a time code overlay on the top right hand corner of the video and send it back to you so you can pick out the starting and ending time code for every good play you want to keep in the film.

Click Here to download the recruiting tape time code worksheet (pdf format)

- You can fill in the worksheet and email it back to us, or take a photo of it with your phone and email/text the photo to us.

- If you have already picked out the time codes before you send us the film, we skip this step.



Let us know the text information for the start of the film.

The introduction usually includes a photo, as well as the following:

Name, Jersey Number, Position(s), School and Graduation Year.

It can also include information such as GPA, SAT Scores, Awards, Accomplishments and Contact Information.



Once we get your time codes, we build the highlight film, complete with arrows to highlight the athlete, an introduction, and anything you would like to add, all within 24-48 hours. We then email it to you for review.


If it looks perfect, we finalize and upload the video. If you want changes, we implement the changes and send it back for approval.

Once approved, we send you a link to your final film so it can be emailed to any coach/family member in the world. We also send you the highlight film file so you can have it. We also publish the video on our YouTube and Twitter channels so it can be searchable by coaches (or we can keep it private if you wish).

Lacrosse Examples:

Sarah plays Midfield for Club Team T3 Shore 2021 Black and Manasquan High School.
Cole plays Defenseman for American Heritage High School, Delray Beach, Florida. Class of 2020.
Margo plays Lacrosse for Rumson Country Day School and club team T3 Elite, Mavericks.
Ryan plays lacrosse at Harvest Collegiate High School, class of 2019.
Jack plays Lacrosse for Islip Long Island, NY and Club Team Legacy Taz 2020
Robert plays Lacrosse for St. Anthony's High School, Class of 2020
Peyton plays Defense and LSM for Allen High School, Texas - Class of 2018.
Meagan plays Lacrosse for T3 2017 Shore Lacrosse Black and Red Bank Catholic High School.
Jake plays Defense and LSM for Centennial High School, Georgia. Class of 2017.
Erika plays Midfield and Defense for Red Bank Catholic High School and club team Tri-State 2017 PA Black.
Ryan plays Attack for West Morris Central High School, Chester NJ and club team Patriot Elite.
Nathan plays Midfield and Attack for Sussex Technical High School, Georgetown, Delaware - Class of 2018
Stuart plays Goalie for Kent Island High School and the Annapolis Hawks 2018.
Ryan plays Defender and LSM for Harvest Collegiate High School and Duke's Lacrosse Club.
Stephen is a Faceoff Specialist and Defensive Middle for Hunterdon Central HIgh School, NJ.
Zach plays LSM for St. Joseph's Preparatory School, Philadelphia PA - Class of 2018