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Hudl Stock

Video Analysis and Coaching Tools for Sports Teams

About Hudl Stock

Founded

2006

Notable Investor

Accel Partners

Total Funding

76.8M

Hudl is a platform and software that provides video analysis and coaching tools for sports teams. It enables coaches to upload footage of games, practices, and opponents, break the video down, add telestrations, voice clips, text feedback, and deliver the video and coaching notes to their athletes.

It also allows athletes to build highlight reels and promote themselves to recruiters.

Hudl was launched on May 5, 2006, based in Lincoln, Nebraska. It serves over 13,000 high schools, 80 percent of Div I colleges, over 80 percent of Div II/Div III/NAIA/Juco colleges, 10 NFL teams, 2 NBA teams, and 8 NHL teams and over 2500 youth teams across 20 different sports.

Source: Crunchbase

Hudl Press Mentions

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Hudl looks beyond subscriptions

Omaha.com • Apr 29, 2016

Hudl celebrates nearly 10 years of stunning growth at Topping Out ceremony

Silicon Prairie News • Apr 15, 2016

Hudl uses log analysis tool to score points with customers

TechTarget • Apr 15, 2016

Hudl makes list of top 50 innovators

Lincoln Journal Star • Feb 16, 2016

Nelnet, Hudl partner on video analysis venture

Lincoln Journal Star • Jan 13, 2016

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Hudl Management

Leadership team at Hudl

CEO

David Graff

VP of Engineering

Jon Dokulil

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