19-year old Brandon Williams and 21-year old Nathan Pratt aspire to play basketball for a living.
They both landed a spot on the Blazers team at Northlake College in Irving after putting their full-lenghth game films on MyVideoChamp.com.
Brandon says, "The coach saw my game film interviewed me gave me a call and wanted to see me workout."
Pratt says, "I was sending DVD's and calling coaches like Brandon was doing I was sending them out all over the place through the mail and it's kind of unreliable because you don't know if your DVD is going to get lost or broken or not even reach the coach."
Roland Williams created the online service with a tracking feature.
It instantly delivers films directly to a coach's email address and allows athletes to know what time and date their films are received and opened as well as the number of times they're viewed.
Williams says, "all sports we have 16 sports.. football and basketball for both girls and boys."
Brandon and Nathan are looking to transfer to four-year universities and plan to use the service again.
Brandon says, "University of Texas Pan American they gave me a letter not too long ago just saying they were keeping an eye on me hoping the season went well."
We've upgraded our reader commenting system. Learn more about the new features.
Los Angeles Times welcomes civil dialogue about our stories; you must register with the site to participate. We filter comments for language and adherence to our Terms of Service, but not for factual accuracy. By commenting, you agree to these legal terms. Please flag inappropriate comments.
Having technical problems? Check here for guidance.