Competitive offseason has Tupelo quarterback ready for 2023

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By Brendan Farrell, NE Mississippi Daily Journal

By all accounts, Tupelo quarterback Jeremiah Harrell had a stellar season in 2022.

Harrell had a completion percentage of 61.6% while throwing 36 touchdown passes and only six interceptions. Harrell racked up over 2,800 yards through the air and also took home The Daily Journal’s Offensive Player of the Year honor.

But he’s trying to reach another level in 2023, and that meant getting some outside help. Harrell recently worked with QB Country, a development company based out of Mobile, Alabama, and led by former Ole Miss quarterback David Morris.

“They really helped me out really, just for game-like situations,” Harrell said. “… Really escaping the pocket and finishing some throws, just a lot of stuff. Just a lot of pocket work, footwork that I really just need improving in the season.”

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