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Train like a quarterback preparing for the NFL Draft and experience the biggest college football all-star game of the year!

QB Country is teaming up with the Reese’s Senior Bowl to offer a VIP NFL Draft Prep experience for quarterbacks in grades 8-12 this January 24-26, 2019 in Mobile, Alabama.

  • • Go behind the scenes to see how top NFL prospects prepare for the Draft
  • • Train with QB Country founder David Morris and the experienced QB Country coaching staff
  • • Meet some of the nation’s best pro prospects
  • • Take the field for private training sessions at Ladd-Peebles Stadium (home of the Senior Bowl) and QB Country HQ in Mobile
  • • Experience the same training plan QB Country uses to prepare its NFL-bound quarterbacks
  • • Attend the Senior Bowl as a VIP with QB Country
  • • Meet and train with high school QBs from across the country
  • • Receive limited-edition QB Country gear

We are thrilled to be able to provide this special opportunity to young quarterbacks and are looking forward to an unforgettable weekend. Space is very limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, click here. See below for more information.



Thursday, January 24
2:30 PM - Welcome/Meet and Greet with NFL coach at Ladd-Peebles Stadium
3:00 PM - Attend Senior Bowl practice
5:45 PM - QB training session at Ladd-Peebles Stadium
7:15 PM - Dinner and Draft Prep presentation at QB Country HQ*

Friday, January 25
7:00 AM - QB training session/NFL Combine workout at Ladd-Peebles Stadium
10:00 AM - QB arm care and strength training at QB Country HQ
10:45 AM - NFL Draft meeting/interview prep at QB Country HQ
1:00 PM - Meet and Greet with Senior Bowl quarterbacks
2:45 PM - Movement session with D1 speed staff at QB Country HQ
3:15 PM - NFL Combine testing at QB Country HQ

Saturday, January 26

7:30 AM - NFL Pro Day video session (current NFL QBs during their Pro Day)
8:00 AM - QB training session/NFL Pro Day work out at QB Country HQ
10:30 AM - Depart for Senior Bowl
1:30 PM - 2019 Reese’s Senior Bowl
Depart Mobile after game
*All meals except Thursday dinner are on own. Thursday dinner is open to participants and their families.


Cost: $500
Includes QB training and film sessions, strength and agility training, one Senior Bowl ticket, VIP access at Ladd-Peebles Stadium and Thursday night dinner. (Does not include accommodations, parking and air/ground transportation or additional Senior Bowl tickets for parents and family members. To purchase additional tickets to the game, click here.)

The following hotels are within a 15 minute drive of QB Country HQ and Ladd-Peebles Stadium and are holding rooms for QB Country guests at a special rate until January 15. Mention that you are part of the “QB Country” group when booking to receive the discounted rate. Please note that hotel rooms in Mobile will fill up fast in the next few weeks. We encourage you to book ASAP.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites
80 Springdale Blvd.
Mobile, AL 36606
(251) 473-2380

Wingate by Wyndham Mobile
516 Springhill Plaza Ct
Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 272-7240

If arriving by car: Mobile is easily accessible via two major Interstates (I-10 and I-65) and is within a 5-6 hour drive of cities like Atlanta, Memphis, New Orleans, Birmingham and Baton Rouge.

If arriving by plane: Mobile Regional Airport is served by most major US carriers. Other nearby airports include Pensacola (FL) and Gulfport/Biloxi (MS).

Important Addresses:
Ladd-Peebles Stadium
1621 Virginia Street
Mobile, AL 36604
Click here for directions when approaching the stadium.

QB Country HQ
3309 Old Shell Road
Mobile, AL 36607
The stadium is approximately a 15-20 minute drive from QB Country headquarters.


What kind of training can my son expect?
This will be a rigorous training experience that introduces young quarterbacks to the kind of mental and physical preparation needed for the NFL Draft. Training will be customized based on the age and skill of each participant and is suitable for quarterbacks of all levels. We do require that participating quarterbacks have experience playing organized football for a school and/or club program. Participants must be willing to work hard, be coachable and be on their best behavior.

Why is this event scheduled during the school week?
Although the Senior Bowl is played on a Saturday, most Senior Bowl events happen during the week, including team practices. To maximize the opportunity and give participants the most memorable experience, we believe it’s important to hold the event when Senior Bowl players and NFL coaches are present and available. We regret that our participants will likely need to miss school, but hope that the educational and motivational benefits of this one of a kind experience will justify their absence. We are happy to provide documentation to your child’s school to confirm attendance and program itinerary.

Are parents allowed to attend?
Parents are allowed to attend and watch events and are invited to join us for the Thursday evening meal. Due to space limitations, we may not be able to accommodate parents for the Saturday morning film session. Please note that parent/family member tickets to the Senior Bowl game must be purchased separately. To do so, please click visit for ticket information.

What should my child bring/wear for training?
Players should bring water and dress appropriately based on weather conditions. All football training will occur outside.

What is your refund policy?

If you need to cancel, refunds will be given if cancellation occurs on or before January 21. Please note that we cannot provide a refund for Senior Bowl tickets.

Who can I contact if I have questions?
For questions and more information, please email


QB Country:
QB Country is the nation’s leading quarterback training and development company. Based in Mobile, AL and founded by former Ole Miss quarterback David Morris, QB Country currently trains NFL, college, high school and middle school quarterbacks. Training focuses on proper footwork, throwing and body mechanics as well as the mental and physical aspects of playing the hardest position in sports. Current QBC trainees include Eli Manning (Giants), Nick Mullens (49ers), AJ McCarron (Raiders), Jake Fromm (UGA), Gardner Minshew (WSU) and Daniel Jones (Duke). Three of the past seven national championship QBs are QB Country trainees. Visit for more information.

Reese’s Senior Bowl:
The Senior Bowl is the nation’s most unique football game and football’s premier senior showcase event. It annually features the country’s best senior collegiate football players and top NFL draft prospects on teams representing the North and South that are coached by the entire coaching staffs of two National Football League teams. Recent QB participants have included Carson Wentz, Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott, Philip Rivers, Andy Dalton, Derek Carr, Baker Mayfield and many more. QBs who have already accepted invites for this year include Will Grier (WVU), Drew Lock (Missouri), Trace McSorley (PSU), Gardner Minshew (WSU) and Jarrett Stidham (Auburn).