QB Country has helped more than 140 quarterback prospects sign college scholarships over the past six years. We use our resources, relationships and expertise to assist at every level of the recruiting process. This means working hand-in-hand with parents and high school coaches and one of the most extensive networks of college coaches in the country. Coaches recruit and sign our quarterbacks because they trust QB Country. That trust has been earned through a long track record of results and honest evaluation of skill, character and potential.
The recruiting process is different for every quarterback. It can be challenging and confusing, but it should also be fun and rewarding. We recognize this is one of the biggest decisions you and your family will ever make. Playing college football is the realization of a dream and the culmination of years of hard work. We’ll do everything we can to help you achieve your goals, find the right fit and succeed at the next level.
- Personalized guidance throughout the recruiting process
- Exposure to an extensive network of college coaches
- Highlight video review, editing and distribution
- Promotion through QBC website and social media (nearly 20K followers)
What others are saying about their recruiting experience with QB Country:
Tyler Johnston Jr. of Spanish Fort has lived through the recruiting experience. His son Tyler overcame a serious knee injury to lead his team to an Alabama state championship and win the state’s Mr. Football award before realizing a lifelong goal of signing a Division I scholarship with the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
“David [Morris] has so many college coaches calling him looking for quarterbacks. He would call us and say would you give this college coach a call or would you throw for this other coach. He was really good when Tyler hurt his knee and couldn’t play. He helped Tyler realize that you better go where you’re really wanted. David is different. You can’t speak for every coach, but in our experience with David he just wants what’s best for the kids. He understands where the high school coach is at and he’s not going to step on the toes.”
Steve Mask agrees. Mask is the head coach at St. Paul’s in Mobile, where three recent Saints quarterbacks — AJ McCarron (Alabama), Jake Coker (Alabama) and Miller Mosley (Air Force) — all signed major college scholarships.
“We’ve got a great relationship with David because every quarterback we’ve had at St. Paul’s he’s helped coach. He helps put the kids out there, but he’s not going to do anything outside the box that we don’t know about. He’s always communicating with me. I trust his insight. I’ve even called to ask him for his judgment about what level he thinks a kid can play at in college because he’s got a great feel for what the college coaches are looking for.”
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