For your convenience, SportsRecruits tracks video views on student-athlete profiles. When college coaches click on the link embedded at the bottom of each message you send, they are automatically logged in to see your whole profile.
View Count on My Video
You will see when they do this on the "Activity" section of your profile. If you filter the "Views" on your activity feed, you will be able to see which coaches watched a particular video and when they watched it.
If someone finds your profile online, they are taken to your public profile. This public profile still hosts your video, but it has very limited personal information available to anonymous users. The video count increases each time a coach or an anonymous person views your video -- this includes family, friends, high school and club coaches, and other visitors.
We can only track who views the video if the college coach is logged into SportsRecruits, meaning they click on the link embedded into the bottom of each message or proactively logged in on their own.
In short, is that coaches may be watching your video when they are not logged in, or other viewers watched the video anonymously. This is why messaging coaches through your messaging tool is SO IMPORTANT.
SportsRecruits is here to help you throughout your college recruiting process by providing you with total transparency. You will know whenever a college coach not only looks at your recruiting video, game or skills tape, but you will also know when a college coach looks at your SportsRecruits profile or transcript.
To learn more about these notifications check out our articles: “Which Coaches View my Profile” and “Which Coaches and Which Coaches Viewed My Highlight Reel/Video, or Transcripts?”.
If you are interested in signing up for SportsRecruits, click here!