A basketball highlight video should use 20 to 40 clips from game footage. Highlights should illustrate a wide range of ability on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court.
Show coaches the offense first. Choose games against your best competition (HS Varsity and/or Club/AAU) and plan to include a half or full game of "un-edited" footage.
A post player is a player who is comfortable playing with their back to the basket and squaring up. They are not afraid of contact and will come back play after play despite getting hit. A post player is willing to go the boards on every play and be willing to run endline to endline. Finally, a post player must be willing to defend on every play. Coaches want to see:
Perimeter players have to be the most versatile players on the court with the ability to get to the basket and hit the open shot. They play outside and inside and must have the ability to defend in both areas.
Coaches want to see: