Errol Seaver was hired as the Football Video and Technology Coordinator at BYU in 2014. He comes to BYU with 10 years of college football video experience both at the school and conference level and was named the 2013 Sun Belt Conference Video Coordinator of the Year by the Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA).
Seaver is responsible for the video and technology needs of the Cougar football program including the filming of games and practices, opponent video exchange, self-scout and opponent breakdowns, as well as the computer network and video database used by coaches and players for analysis and game preparation. He also directs weekly motivational and various other highlights for the football team.
Prior to BYU, he served as the Director of Football Video at the University of South Alabama, where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the video department and orchestrated over $350,000 in upgrades to video equipment and software, while also designing and overseeing the construction of the program’s first ever video room. During his time at USA, Seaver played a vital role in developing and promoting the Jaguar football brand through production and social media. His efforts helped the Jaguars become bowl eligible in their first year as an FBS program.
In 2010, Seaver served as the Assistant Director of Video for the Big 12 Conference, with duties that included working with the league’s officials in addition to assisting with live broadcasts of conference championships. In his role, he aided in the breakdown and analysis of Big 12 football games for officials’ purposes, worked in conjunction with current and former National Football League officials in the evaluation of officials’ mechanics and accuracy, and produced videos for officials’ training, clinics, and conferences.
Before his stint in the league office, Seaver was the Football Video Coordinator for two years at Jacksonville State University, where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the video department. During his time at JSU, Seaver implemented and produced motivational and season highlight reels. He helped advance the program by upgrading equipment and streamlining the editing process, allowing coaches to be more efficient during team and position meetings. His efforts helped the Gamecocks record back-to-back 8-3 finishes, and a Top 25 FCS national ranking.
He spent four years at Lenoir-Rhyne College (N.C., Division II), serving as the program’s football video coordinator from 2002-05. Seaver was responsible for day-to-day operations and led the efforts of the Bears upgrade from an analog to digital video editing system.
A native of Hickory, N.C., Seaver is married to the former Lindsey Kenz. He earned his bachelor’s degree in communications, electronic media/broadcasting in 2008 from Appalachian State University, and his master’s degree in public administration/athletic administration from Jacksonville State University in 2010. Seaver has been a member of CSVA since 2008 and American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) since 2011.