GridironStuds.com was launched in January 2009 and displays videos of the top high school and youth football players in the country. Users can submit their videos at their leisure and have them displayed in minutes upon filling out the the required form. Post your football highlight video but first you have to register.
Gridiron Studs was launched in December 2008 and created for the football player and fan in mind. Youth and high school football players add videos to GridIronstuds.com and put them on display for thousands of internet visitors. You never know who will see your video on GridIronStuds.com. High School and college football coaches stop by GridironStuds.com and check out videos all the time. Will they be impressed by yours?
To add a video you need to register. Registration is free and you can do that by clicking here. You also need to have an account with YouTube and have already uploaded your video to the YouTube site.
If you are not a member of YouTube but have a video to upload, follow the links to visit the YouTube site.
Why Add Your Video to GridironStuds?
Gridiron Studs has a targeted audience of football fans, coaches and interests visting the site daily. As opposed to YouTube who have visitors sorting through millions of videos on thousands of subjects, there’s just one topic at Gridironstuds.com and that’s football! Football fans, players and coaches know there’s one place to go to see the best football players and videos in the country and that’s GridIronstuds.com. You never know who will see your video on GridIronstuds.com.
We will continue to improve the site and add features to make your experience on Gridironstuds.com a pleasurable one. Post your video and keep yourself in the game. Register for an account now and start adding your videos. IT’S FREE.
||About the Owner
Chad Wilson is a former college football player for the University of Miami and Long Beach State University. He played two seasons for the now defunct Long Beach State 49ers football team. Wilson was the only freshman to start in the 1990 season and was the first freshman to see playing time in a game for the 49ers since 1985. Following Wilson’s sophomore season with Long Beach State, the University decided to terminate the football program. Wilson was recruited by every top college football program in the nation including the University of Miami and former head coach Randy Shannon. Wilson spent three seasons with the Hurricanes playing from 1992-1994. He started 13 games for the Hurricanes, played in three major bowl games (Sugar, Fiesta and Orange) and was named All Big East his senior season. At the conclusion of his senior season Wilson signed with the Seattle Seahawks as a rookie free agent.
Wilson grew up in Pembroke Pines, FL attending Cooper City High School for his first two years. Following that, he attended Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley, CA. Wilson started one season for the Cougars at both running back and cornerback. During his senior year he earned All Mountain View league, All Riverside County and All California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Honors his senior year. He was the Riverside County All Star Game MVP in 1990. (See Wilson’s highlight video). Wilson was recruited by San Diego St, UNLV, California, Arizona, Cal State Long Beach and others during his senior season.
Wilson is currently a high school football coach at American Heritage School in Plantation, Florida. Prior to that, he was an assitant coach and coordinator at University School in Davie, Fl six years where he was the defensive coordinator of the 2012 state championship team. He was also an assistant coach and coordinator at Archbishop McCarthy High School in Davie Florida. Wilson also coached Youth Football at West Pembroke Pines Optimist for seven years.
Wilson is also the host of the GridironStuds Show, a featured radio show on BlogTalkRadio.com that focuses on issues and topics in the world of high school football, college football, college football recruiting and professional football. You can listen live to the show weekdays at 10 AM est. or listen to archived shows by visiting GridironStudsShow.com