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QB Country has helped 54 quarterback prospects sign college scholarships since 2014.
QB Country’s approach is to use its resources, relationships and expertise to assist in the challenging recruiting process. This includes working hand-in-hand with parents, high school coaches and its established network of college coaches.
Tyler Johnston Jr. of Spanish Fort has lived through the recruiting experience. His son Tyler overcame a serious knee injury to lead his team to an Alabama state championship and win the state’s Mr. Football award before realizing a lifelong goal of signing a Division I scholarship with UAB.
“He has so many college coaches calling him looking for quarterbacks,” Johnston said of QB Country founder David Morris. “David would call us and say would you give this college coach a call or would you throw for this other coach. He was really good when Tyler hurt his knee and couldn’t play. He helped Tyler realize that you better go where you’re really wanted. David is different. You can’t speak for every coach, but in our experience with David he just wants what’s best for the kids. He understands where the high school coach is at and he’s not going to step on the toes.”
Steve Mask agrees. Mask is the head coach at St. Paul’s in Mobile, where the Saints’ last three quarterbacks — AJ McCarron (Alabama), Jake Coker (Alabama) and Miller Mosley (Air Force) — have all signed major college scholarships.
“We’ve got a great relationship with David because every quarterback we’ve had at St. Paul’s he’s helped coach,” Mask said. “He helps put the kids out there, but he’s not going to do anything outside the box that we don’t know about. He’s always communicating with me. I trust his insight. I’ve even called to ask him for his judgment about what level he thinks a kid can play at in college because he’s got a great feel for what the college coaches are looking for.”
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Here is a breakdown the QB Country signees in the last three signing classes.
In the Class of 2016, QB Country had 22 Quarterbacks sign scholarships.
Tylin Oden Spring Hill High, Columbia, Tenn. – Rutgers
DeMarcus Williams Jackson High School, Jackson, Ala. – Minnesota
Gardner Minshew Northwest Mississippi Community College, Brandon, Miss. – East Carolina
Tyler Johnston Spanish Fort High School, Spanish Fort, Ala. – UAB
Conner Cramer New Mexico Military Institute – New Mexico State
Sawyer Smith Tate High School, Cantonment, Fla. – Troy
Jack Abraham Oxford High School, Oxford, Miss. – Louisiana Tech
Miller Mosley St. Paul’s Episcopal, Mobile, Ala. – Air Force
Kaleb Barker Priceville High School, Priceville, Ala. – Troy
Keon Howard Laurel High School, Laurel, Miss. – Southern Miss
Jordan Aubrey Mobile Christian, Mobile, Ala. – Faulkner
Kurt Walding Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines, Iowa – Iowa Western
Diondre Sackreiter Helena High School, Helena, Ala. – Southern Nazarene
Drew Guy Fayette County High School, Fayette, Ala. – West Alabama
Josh Straughan Stillman College, Birmingham, Ala. – Southern Illinois
Nate Embry North Hopkins High School, Madisonville, Kent. – Murray State
Christian Wilkinson Cookeville High School, Cookeville, Tenn. – Centre College
Jack Blumenthal St. Andrews Episcopal, Ridgeland, Miss. – Delta State
Spence Jones Franklin Road Academy, Nashville, Tenn. – Liberty
Tahj Tolbert Lanier High School, Buford, Ga. – Florida A&M
Bo Morris Chester County, Henderson, Tenn. – Lindsey Wilson College
Duncan Hodges Mortimer Jordan High School, Morris, Ala. – Virginia Military Institute
QB Country had 19 quarterbacks sign scholarships in 2015.
Jason Smith Gulf Coast Community College, Mobile, Ala. – Auburn
Trey Turner Murphy High School, Mobile, Ala. – California
Daniel Johnson Latin High School, Charlotte, N.C. – Duke
Gardner Minshew Brandon High School, Brandon, Miss. – Troy
Chris Weaver Saraland High School, Saraland, Ala. – Louisiana-Lafayette
Reid Rials Satsuma High School, Satsuma, Ala. – Southern Miss
Grey Jackson Fairhope High School, Fairhope, Ala. – West Florida
Brandon Butts Pennington High School, Blountsville, Ala. – Waldorf
P.J. Garrett Bessemer Academy, Bessemer, Ala. – Alabama A&M
Tyler Cameron Foley High School, Foley, Ala. – Delta State
Brendon Weinhold Fallston High School, Fallston, Maryland – Rowan
Nick Conley Jackson Academy, Jackson, Miss. – Mississippi Delta
Jacob Carter Baker County HS, Mary, Fla. – Southeastern
Ian Spence Creek Wood High School, Charlotte, Tenn. – Cumberland
Justin Winn Middle Tennessee Christian School, Murfreesboro, Tenn. – Morehead State
Rodney English LeFlore High School, Mobile, Ala. – Alcorn State
Bailey Brown Washington County High School, Chatom, Ala. – Huntington
Todd Goodwin Locust Fork High School, Locust Fork, Ala. – Mississippi College
Brett Thompson Northeast Mississippi Community College, Booneville, Miss. – Tennessee-Martin
QB Country had 13 quarterbacks sign scholarships in 2014.
Malik Rosier Faith Academy, Mobile, Ala. – Miami
Jerry Gibson Theodore High School, Theodore, Ala. – Minnesota
Gunner Roach UMS Wright Prep, Mobile, Ala. – Southern Miss
Jake Forte The Westminster School, Atlanta, Ga. – Harvard
Matthew Jordan Jackson High School, Jackson, Ala. – Georgia Tech
Jamey Mosley Theodore High School, Theodore, Ala. – Alabama
Dallas Davis Rutherford High School, Panama City, Fla. – South Alabama
Jake McKenzie Monroe Academy, Monroeville, Ala. – Kennesaw St.
Connor Christiansen Fishers High School, Fishers, Ind. – Elon
Jacob Finley Richton High School, Richton, Miss. – Belhaven
Quentin Gibson Archbishop Shaw High School, New Orleans, La. – Toledo
Hampton Howard Jirah Prep, Matthews, N.C. – Cisco Junior College
Harry Satterwhite McGill-Toolen Catholic, Mobile, Ala. – West Alabama