Progression Video

Progression Video

We understand how important it is to stay relevant when it comes to college coaches. That is why we are offering progression videos that capture about 2 minutes of live footage for college coaches to see your most recent training strength and technique. 

 

If an athlete wants a video taken during a camp or private lesson attending then this is the perfect package.

 

We will have a professional videographer take a video of the athlete's best field goal, kickoff, and punt during the camp or lesson. The finished product will be sent in a digital file format after the camp or lesson. 

 

It is best when purchased along with multiple camps or lessons.

 

What you get:

  • Athlete's best field goal, kickoff, and punt all captured on a high quality camera for the athlete to use as they progress their game to higher levels.

 

Jim Corno, Head of Athlete Marketing has all the tools you need for an eye catching Progression Video. For 26 years, Jim Corno, Jr. has produced, directed and managed live sports broadcasts for the Chicago sports regional TV stations covering Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Fire, DePaul, Loyola, NIU, BigTen and countless high school events.  All sports, 41 total Emmy nominations and some of the most watched programming in the market.  

 

His extensive resume includes the titles of Senior Executive Producer, Production Manager, Producer, Director and Associate Producer for networks like NBC Sports Chicago, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, Fox SportsNet Chicago and SportsChannel Chicago. Coluzzi Kicking is happy to have Jim's expertise and the support of his new endeavor "GOALS Productions" .. dedicated to helping young athletes reach their GOALS!

 

To get your son on the right track for recruiting we highly encourage you to email Jim at jcornojr@gmail.com or check out his website at http://goalsproductions.com

    $250.00Price
    Train smarter...
    not harder!
    Progression Video Examples

    Tony Trabold - Kicker

    Patrick Ayala - Kicker

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