XOS Digital Reports Market-Wide Adoption of Video Recruiting Platform

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Football teams across the country are relying on XOS Digital’s video recruiting services

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We are seeing more and more of the market moving to a video-centric platform, and ThunderCloud Recruit enables coaching staff to manage their time scouting players more efficiently and effectively.

XOS Digital Inc., the leading provider of content management solutions and digital coaching technology for collegiate and professional sports organizations, today announced 85 percent of the teams in the SEC, Big 12, Pac-12, Big Ten and ACC now use XOS ThunderCloud Recruit. The announcement was made today by Chris McCleary, CEO, XOS Digital.

“We are seeing more and more of the market moving to a video-centric platform, and ThunderCloud Recruit enables coaching staff to manage their time scouting players more efficiently and effectively,” McCleary said. “With the variety of packages available, Recruit is an affordable and practical solution for all FBS and FCS teams.”

XOS ThunderCloud Recruit is a comprehensive digital recruiting and scouting platform with an extensive online video library of full games, highlights and detailed player profiles. Recruit is NCAA compliant and the only program in the market that works seamlessly with XOS Thunder™, the most widely used suite of video-editing software in the Football Bowl Subdivision. More than 8,000 of the nation’s top recruits are added each year, and the database currently has detailed analyses and video footage of more than 37,000 players.

ThunderCloud Recruit is part of the XOS ThunderCloud Suite, a cloud-based platform XOS Digital officially launched in early 2013. This digital media management platform integrates data and video on a single platform to manage, distribute and analyze content for game preparation.

Many programs have been using ThunderCloud Recruit since its inception including USC, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Stanford, UCLA and Clemson. With the ability to customize packages, schools of all levels and budgets can identify the ideal recruit for their team. Since the 2012-2013 college football season ended, XOS has welcomed a significant number of new Recruit users including South Carolina, Appalachian State, Maryland, Duke, Old Dominion, The Citadel, Campbell, Youngstown State and Coastal Carolina, among others.

“Clemson chose XOS Digital’s ThunderCloud Recruit because it offers a first-class platform and does an excellent job of obtaining video on top prospects in each regional territory,” Jeff Scott, Clemson Recruiting Coordinator, said. “We have found their service to be very helpful in our evaluation process.”

ThunderCloud Recruit includes specialized recruiting features such as The XOS Rodgers Report, produced by Texas football veteran Randy Rodgers, and XOS Insider Sophomore Report, focusing on in-depth evaluations of the nation’s up-and-coming recruits. ThunderCloud Recruit reports also integrate directly into all data management systems including JumpForward, Recruiting Radar and ACS Athletics.

XOS Digital will display ThunderCloud Recruit, along with the rest of the ThunderCloud Suite, at Booth 20 at the 2013 Collegiate Sports Video Association Conference. The conference is located at the Grand Hyatt-Tampa in Tampa, Fla. this week.

For more information, visit http://www.xosdigital.com.

About XOS Digital, Incorporated:
Founded in 1999, XOS Digital serves more than 400 sports organizations with advanced technology enabled solutions that improve team performance and capture, preserve and create enhanced value for their digital media assets. The ever-expanding portfolio of products and services including the XOS Thunder™ HD Coaching Platform, XOS ThunderCloud Suite, XOS Exchange™, XOS Digital Licensing Portal™, XOS Vault™ digital asset management system and the XOS Digital Sports Network™ reflect the XOS Digital commitment to continuing innovation. For more information, visit http://www.xosdigital.com.

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