Coach Riley Adcock
QB Country – Huntsville, AL
Riley Adcock leads QB Country’s newest location in Huntsville, Alabama. A respected football coach and educator with strong roots in North Alabama, Adcock is a graduate of Auburn University and Decatur HS, where he played quarterback and wide receiver. He currently serves as offensive coordinator at West Morgan High School and has coached quarterbacks and wide receivers at the middle and high school levels. He holds a master’s degree in collaborative education.
“Coach Adcock’s discipline, passion, knowledge, and desire to see improvement in his athletes ensures that he is the right fit to implement QB Country’s training program in the North Alabama area,” said QB Country founder David Morris. “He is a coach through and through and knows the quarterback position. Riley’s ability to communicate what it means to be and how to play quarterback is special. His vision for coaching youth and high school athletes to be better on and off the field is exceptional.”
Founded in Alabama, QB Country is dedicated to helping as many quarterbacks in the state reach their goals. Coach Adcock brings QB Country’s proven training methods to a region that is rich in football tradition and success. Adcock will look to support the high level of play already established by North Alabama’s high school football community.
“QB Country has a long history of developing successful quarterbacks through a focus on details and the relationships athletes have with their coaches,” said Adcock. “I’m excited to bring this ethos to quarterbacks in North Alabama. We want to develop compete quarterbacks that will be successful through every snap and every obstacle they face after their last snap.”
“Being fundamentally sound and detail oriented as a quarterback has much greater importance than any measurable and will be shown by the results on the field,” Adcock explains. “This attitude carries over to the sideline, locker room, classroom, and the community where a quarterback’s character will be tested on a daily basis.”