David Morris is the founder and CEO of QB Country, the nation’s leading quarterback training and development Company. QB Country currently trains NFL, college, high school and middle school quarterbacks in twelve cities across America, with headquarters in Mobile, AL. David founded QB Country in 2010 following a successful high school and collegiate playing career and 6 years of part time private quarterback training. A 4 year letterman and graduate of the University of Mississippi, David became the first true freshman walk-on quarterback to start in the SEC. He holds the record for all-time passing yards and passing TDs at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School in Mobile.
David’s NFL trainees include his Ole Miss teammate and two-time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning (New York Giants), 2019 NFL 1st round draft pick Daniel Jones (New York Giants), and former Alabama QB Mac Jones who was drafted #15 overall in the 2021 NFL Draft. Since 2011, QB Country-trained college quarterbacks have won four FBS championships. More than 200 QB Country high school trainees have signed college scholarships over the last seven graduating classes including 31 QB’s signing scholarships in the 2021 Signing class.
David is widely respected as one of the most influential voices in quarterback development and an expert on preparation for the NFL Draft. He has appeared regularly in a variety of regional and national media outlets for his insights and expertise on the quarterback position, including the Wall Street Journal, ESPN, CBS Sports, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Bleacher Report, The New York Times and New York Daily News. He is a featured speaker at The Manning Passing Academy, and the Andrews Institute Injuries in Football Course.
David currently resides in Mobile with his wife Blakely and their two young daughters, Amelia and Meryl.