May 16, 2022

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Making a Football Quarterback Skills Video During COVID-19

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Learn how to make a football quarterback skills video during COVID-19 and what college coaches are looking for at your position/level. Watch our football quarterback expert analyze skills footage and get actionable tips for showcasing the skills coaches want to see in your video.

NCSA Senior Recruiting Coach Brendon Albert highlights what football quarterbacks need to include in their skills video, including:

• How many reps to complete (2-3 per drill) and how long your skills video should be (2-4 minutes max)
• Why consistency and accuracy should be your primary focus during all drills
• Key drills that display your athleticism, like pocket movement skills, throwing on platform and throwing to multiple route
• Showcasing a variety of spot throws
• How to frame the camera like the drill examples shown in the video

RESOURCES
Managing your recruiting process during coronavirus – https://www.ncsasports.org/coronavirus-sports

How to connect with college coaches during the coronavirus dead period – https://www.ncsasports.org/blog/2020/03/31/connect-with-college-coaches-during-the-coronavirus-recruiting-dead-period/

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NCSA is the largest and most successful college athletic recruiting network. With a network of over 35,000 college coaches, NCSA assists student-athletes in 34 sports to find their best path to college.

Source: NCSA Next College Student Athlete

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