QB Country gives back in Birmingham Community

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Together Assisting People (TAP), Incorporated, is a non-profit foundation established in 2010, by former University of Alabama football standout, Chris Rogers that prides themselves in preparing athletes to be successful in life outside of athletics. TAP hosted a free skills football camp for 7th through 12th graders that play quarterback, wide receiver, or defensive back. Ben Neill, of QB Country-Birmingham, was invited to help coach the quarterbacks at this skills camp. Ben was able to bring the values of QB Country in educating quarterbacks on how to play the position correctly at game speed. Ben had the privilege of coaching 10 quarterbacks and was very pleased with the level of effort that each player showed.


Ben shared a few of his thoughts about TAP, the skills camp, and the players below:


“TAP is doing some really great things for Birmingham city schools, providing ACT tutoring, mentoring, leadership development etc… these are all things I believe in and see a need for, especially amongst athletes. I’m happy to have been asked to┬áplay a small part in helping TAP implement these programs and create awareness”


“The athletes at the camp, ranging from 7th-12th grade showed great initiative to come better themselves on their own time. They worked hard, learned, and competed all night. “

Ben is pictured above with overall camp MVP and 2020 Huffman HS QB, Jaylon Evans.