QB Country – Mobile, Ala. – Headquarters
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All Training is at QB Country Headquarters at: 3309 Old Shell Rd. Mobile, Al 36607
Coach David Morris
QB Country Founder and head of Mobile, Ala., Location
David Morris is the founder of QB Country. He is a 2002 graduate of Ole Miss, where he was a four-year letterman at quarterback. He remains the only true freshman walk-on to start a game in the SEC (1998 Ole Miss vs Mississippi State). He is a 1998 graduate of McGill-Toolen Catholic High School in Mobile, Al., and in his junior season was named a USA Today Honorable Mention All American. After his record-breaking high school career, Morris did not receive any Division I offers and turned down other offers to pursue his dream of playing in the SEC. He earned a scholarship with Ole Miss after his true freshman year. Eli Manning was also in that year’s signing class. Morris was a four-year travel roommate with Mannning and now trains Eli in the off season. The experience of being overlooked and earning a scholarship reveals something of the passion Morris brings to the QB Country program. QB Country values and knows how to coach and guide both the high-profile Quarterback as well as the underdog.
At Ole Miss, Morris was coached by three of the most respected quarterback coaches in football — 2013 Maxwell Coach of the Year David Cutcliffe (the 2013 Maxwell Coach of the Year at Duke); coached Noel Mizzone (the current offensive coordinator at Arizona); and Kurt Roper (the current offensive coordinator at Colorado).
The foundation of QB Country is a combination of on-the-field personal playing experience as well as influence from some of the most respected quarterback coaches in the world today. The result is a well-rounded regimen that has gradually emerged as one of the most respected and sought after quarterback training programs in the country.
“Education and energy are two things you’ll experience at every QB Country session,” Morris said. “I remember those times in my playing career when a coach opened my eyes to something valuable and new. Those moments constituted elements of growth and sparked a new excitement for the position. It’s our goal to bring such revelations to the young people we work with across America.”
Morris has recently been featured in articles by ESPN, Fox Sports, AP, Sports Illustrated, SB Nation, The New York Daily News and others. In the past year, he has been a feature speaker at the Manning Passing Academy, Andrews Institute Injuries in Football course and college football quarterback camps across the country.
In the last five years, QB Country has had 105 quarterbacks sign scholarships.