David Morris of QB Country: Teaching Play-Calling with Confidence to Shaking Hands with Adults
Posted On March 2, 2020
David Morris set records while a high-school quarterback. At Ole Miss he played behind Eli Manning and seldom touched the field. After college his passion for football never dropped and he began drilling kids on quarterback drills on local fields as favors to their fathers. Ten years ago he began QB Country which institutionalized his processes and today his company boasts multiple NFL players, and 171 scholarship quarterbacks with 31 this year alone. But, says David, these are his exceptions. It’s mostly a middle or high school kid who’s trying to get better or get more playing time. And David teaches much more than football – he teaches kids how to become a man.