A lot of the throws are mislabeled ...
We had this on another Judo Forum and user "Geschichtenerzähler" was so kind to do the work:
0:07 This is not Harai Goshi. It looks like Tai Otoshi with an Ippon Seoi Nage grip, thus borderlining Uchi Maki Komi
0:12 Although tori has an underhook I'd classify this by mechanism as Koshi Guruma.
0:17 Harai Goshi probably is the the right call here.
0:24 Ko Soto Gake, at least as it is often taught in the West.
0:29 Ko Soto Gari, maybe Ko Soto Gake ... the video quality is bad.
0:35 Te Guruma (a Sukui Nage variant) sounds right, it dives into Utsuri Goshi realm though.
0:45 By Kodokan classification it's just Ude Garami, since it ends in a Kansetsu Waza. The throw, if classified independently is Hikikomi Gaeshi, not Sumi Gaeshi imho, but these throws can be very similar.
0:56 That's O Uchi Gari
1:01 That's O Uchi Gari, too.
1:07 I'd call that a Kuchiki Taoshi or Morote Gari attempt followed up by Ko Uchi Gari.
1:13 Morote Gari to Ko Soto Gake combo sounds right, albeit one could argue, that leg block (even if done with the leg instead of the hands) and body push constitute a Kushiki Taoshi.
1:22 Debateable. Tori remains standing, it's thus not a yoko sutemi waza. Kyuzo Mifune demonstrates a variant of Soto Maki Komi looking like this in his Canon of Judo though. It's like a evolutionary link between Koshi Guruma and Soto Maki Komi. I'd classify this as a Koshi Guruma variant.
1:26 Soto Maki Komi. Ok.
1:30 That's Seoi Otoshi.
1:33 This is also Seoi Otoshi.
1:45 That's O Soto Gari
1:49 O Soto Otoshi perhaps, there's little reaping action.
1:56 Uchi Mata attempt
2:00 Uchi Mata
2:06 Koshi Guruma
2:12 Koshi Guruma
2:19 The video quality is bad, but if tori reaped uke's offside foot here, it's a Ko Soto Gari variant, not Tani Otoshi
2:25 Ugly but effective Tani Otoshi. Don't do that in Judo, please.
2:30 Tani Otoshi
2:40 Utsuri Goshi
2:44 Ura Nage... technically yes, but dangerously executed. It's a basic wrestling suplex.
2:57 Kata Guruma. Wasn't sure at first, because we cannot see much of tori's leg placement here.
3:05 We cannot see the most important part here, but's it's more likely to be Okuri Ashi Harai than Harai Tsuri Komi Ashi.
3:11 A Tomoe Nage variant.
3:18 Debateable. Tawara Gaeshi is a possible candidate, but so are Yoko Guruma or even Ura Nage here. The non-standard grip, the weird angle and the high, forceful entry make it difficult to classify this one.
3:29 Daki Wakare may actually be correct. Unforutnately the bad angle as well as the bad image quality don't allow a better look. If tori uses his leg to flip uke over, this is a Sumi Gaeshi.
3:37 Correct, Uchi Mata attempt to Kisbisu Gaeshi.
3:44 Ude Hishigi Juji Gatame looks about right, although we cannot see the attacked arm in it's final position, It may have slippled into a more Ude Garami like grip.