BYU's Brayden Woodall named Independent Video Coordinator of the Year


PROVO, Utah — The Collegiate Sports Video Association today named BYU football video and technology coordinator Brayden Woodall the 2021-2022 Independent Conference Video Coordinator of the Year.

The CSVA annually recognizes the top video coordinators across the country. Woodall was selected by his peers among independent programs to receive this year's Conference Video Coordinator of the Year honor.  

Woodall is now a finalist for the prestigious Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year award, which will be announced at the annual CSVA banquet on May 4, 2022, in Jacksonville, Florida. The Bob Matey award is presented to the video coordinator who displays innovation, determination, perseverance and technical skill as portrayed by the late Bob Matey, legendary video coordinator from Texas A&M. 

“I am honored to receive this recognition by my peers at other independent football programs in the country," said Woodall. "I would like to thank Kalani Sitake and director of football operations, Jon Swift, for bringing me back home to BYU and giving me this opportunity to build something special. I also want to recognize and thank my student video managers for the incredible work they do for me and for BYU football.”

Woodall is entering his fourth season in 2022 overseeing the BYU football program’s video and technology needs. He was hired as the BYU football video and technology coordinator in 2019 under head coach Kalani Sitake. Woodall and his student staff have been a significant part behind the scenes in the continued growth and success of the BYU football program over the past three seasons. 

Woodall’s responsibilities include managing technology for the football program and implementing and overseeing the various coaches video needs of the program, including filming practices and games for performance scouting purposes and the exchange of NCAA and NFL game film. 

A graduate of Brigham Young University with a bachelor’s degree in Family Life, Woodall returned to his alma mater after serving as the assistant video coordinator for the Salt Lake Stallions of the Alliance of American Football for one season. He previously worked for BYU as the head student video manager from 2014 to 2018 and as a student video manager from 2012-2013. 

From Roy, Utah, Woodall and his wife Mikaela were married in 2013. Prior to entering college, Woodall also learned to speak German and served as a full-time missionary volunteer in Germany and Austria for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 2009-2011. 

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