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Location updates from around QB Country!

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Mobile, AL

  • Jack West (Saraland HS, AL)- The 2018 Stanford commit threw for 4 TDs in a big win over 6A #2 (AL) ranked Blount Leopards. Jack is the #1 ranked student in his class as well.

    Saraland QB Jack West

  • Drew Pyne- The top rated 2020 QB accounted for 5 TDs & over 400 yards as New Canaan (CT) routed Trumbull.  Pyne has over 30 scholarship offers and is wide open right now with his recruitment.  Read about his Notre Dame visit here:  Top rated Drew Pyne visits Notre Dame!
  • JR QB Alex Moore (6’3, 210)  was 15/20 for 363 yards and 5 TD’s as Class 3A No. 1 Mobile Christian beat TR Miller 35-21
  • McGill-Toolen 2019 QB Sheldon Layman threw for 285 yards & 3 TD’s and was 17/21 last week in a win over Foley.  Layman has offers from Southern Miss and South Alabama.
  • 6’5 QB Brett Nezat (2020) of Cottage Hill Christian was 19/25  and threw for 5 td’s, 351 yards and zero INT’s.
  • 6’3, 205 lb Milton (Fla) QB Aubrey Williams (2018) has passed for 1,147 yards and 12 TD’s through 5 games.

Birmingham, AL

Making the transition from playing High School football to playing in college can be a big adjustment on and off the field. Hear first-hand from a few Alabama quarterbacks who are making that transition now.

  • “Learning the offense was a big change for me, it was a lot. I’m red-shirting this year so I’m trying not to look at this year as an off year, but as a chance to get better every day and give our defense a good look. I’m doing extra to learn the offense because I want to have a chance to win the starting job next year.” – Daulton Hyatt, Arkansas
  • “I would just say that, it’s definitely a big adjustment, especially with the speed of the game. It’s also just different not being the top dog anymore, you must work your way to the top. But once you get the feel for it, it’s something to look forward to every morning!” – Jacob Free, Vanderbilt
  • “The game is a lot faster in college. You’re not the guy on the team anymore. Everyone is the guy. A lot of talent at the college level.” – Devlin Hodges, Samford

    Samford QB Devlin Hodges

  • “The biggest things for me is that things happen faster in college. A half second can determine if the play is going to be a completion or a pick. I have to throw guys open instead of waiting for them to be open and to be able to do that I’ve really had to study the offense and concepts so I know exactly where to go with the ball based on the defense” – Matthew Nowlin, Carnegie Melon
  • “The biggest difference between high school and college is the level of commitment, intensity of workouts and practices, and the high skill level and speed of every player. In the end playing college football is a huge blessing, I’m loving every second of it. – Grayson Edgemon, Samford

Jackson, MS

  • Chance Loveetich- The 5’11 SR has led Jackson prep high school to a perfect 6-0 record this year. They are the defending state champs in Mississippi. Chance has thrown for 870 yards, 12 TDs and only 1 int.
  • 6’4 2019 QB Kinkead Dent has Jackson Academy off to a 5-0 start.  JA plays cross town rival Jackson Prep led by another QB Country QB, Chance Loveetich Friday night.

Memphis, TN

2019 QBs lead teams to undefeated starts

  • Jackson Walker- Jackson has Briarcrest Christian off to a 6-0 start and has thrown for over 1500 yards, 19 TDs & just 3 picks. Jackson also just became Briarcrest’s All-Time leader in passing yards & Touchdowns, as a Junior.
  • KJ Jefferson- KJ has North Panola rolling! North Panola (MS) is 6-0 and the Junior QB holds offers from Memphis, South Alabama & Tulane
  • Jesse Kormoloski- Jesse has SBA turning the corner. After a down year in 2016, SBA is off to a 6-0 start!
  • Owen Brody- Owen has been training with QB Country for 5 years now and has Christian Brothers rolling!  A 6-0 start and O threw 5 Tds in the 1st quarter last game

Nashville, TN

  • Cade Smith- The Senior QB has Cookeville off to a blistering 6-0 start!
  • Nathan Cisco- Nathan was named Nashville player of the week, in week 4, after throwing for 318 yards & 5 TDs in the first half
  • Gavin Stanfield- This 2019 QB is a 3 year starter and has Waverly off to a hot start! Gavin had over 450+ yards & 7 TDs in week 6, which he was nominated for player of the week in Nashville

New Orleans, LA

  • Chris Penton 5’11 180 Sr. (Lakeshore High school)  Chris set the school record for most touchdown passes in a game with 7 on September 1 against Fontainebleau High school. Lakeshore HS is 4-0 this year

    Newman QB Martin Butcher & his squad.

    and Chris has passed for 1,029 yards.

  • 2019 Newman QB Martin Butcher is off to a strong start to his Junior seasonButcher has completed 65 of 82 passes for 799 yards and eight touchdowns to get the Greenies off to a 4-0 start. In last week’s 37-27 win over Berwick Butcher completed 20/34 passes for 312 and 2 TD’s.  Read more on Butcher HERE:

Charlotte, NC

  • Sam Howell is the nations top 4 star Pro Style quarterback from Sun Valley High School in the class of 2019. The 6’1 200lb gunslinger is 3 years into his career and counting for nearly 8500 yards and 90 touchdowns passes. He is rewriting history in his county and state. He has a lot of national attention after racking up 15 offers from nations top programs such as: West Virginia, Duke, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Minnesota, and Maryland just to list a few. He is one of many clients that work with QBC North Carolina in the Charlotte area.
  • Garrett Shrader is also one of the nations best pro-style quarterbacks.  The 4 star QB is also in the 2019 class and attends one of the top private schools in the state at Charlotte Christian. Standing at 6’5 its hard to miss this very athletic gun slinger. Racking up 10 big time offers he’s already received offers from: Alabama, Louisville, Penn State, Ole Miss, South Carolina; just to name a few. He is also a product of the QB Country family and trains locally in the Charlotte, NC area.

Orlando, FL

  • Tyler Harris; 6-3; 225; Tyler is a graduate transfer QB at the University of Rhode Island; Tyler began his career at UCF where he was recruited in 2014; he is from Blackshear, Georgia. Tyler was named the starter at URI prior to the 2017 season…through three games Tyler is 48/91 passing for 704 yards and 5 TD’s…he is averaging 234.7 passing yards/game…Tyler will also be eligible to play in 2018 since he graduated from UCF in 3 years.
  • Tate Whatley; 6-1; 190; Tate is a dual-threat QB from Lakeland Christian HS in Lakeland, Florida; Tate is committed to play his college football at Southern Miss of C-USA; Tate has only played two games thus far due to cancellations caused by Hurricane Irma; Lakeland Christian is currently 2-0…Tate has completed 21-29 passes for 332 yards with 5 TD’s and 0 int’s. He is completing .724% of his passes and his QBR is an outstanding 149.7…he is averaging 166 yards/game passing and 4.3 yards/rush for an average of 192 ypg total offense

Atlanta, GA