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Columbia, South Carolina

Head Coach Perry Orth

Perry Orth is the Co-Founder and Head Coach of QB1 Athletics. Perry Orth was raised in Jacksonville, Florida and played high school football at Ponte Vedra High School under former NFL and USFL QB Mike Loyd. Coach Mike Loyd is a two time Junior College National Champion, who has coached over a dozen NCAA Division 1 quarterbacks in his career.

Perry is a 2016 graduate of South Carolina, where he played quarterback for the Gamecocks under Head Coaches, Steve Spurrier and Will Muschamp.

In 2013, Perry Orth was a preferred walk-on for the University of South Carolina, where he began his career sixth string on the depth chart, eventually becoming the starter during the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Through his hard work, dedication, and perseverance, he earned a full scholarship prior to the 2015 season. Perry appeared in 20 games and made 11 starts for the Gamecocks. His career stats were 2,595 passing yards with 12 touchdowns... Rushed 54 times for 125 yards and two scores... also scored a 17 yard receiving touchdown against the Florida Gators. He was voted by his teammates as a Team Captain during the 2016 season.

While at South Carolina, Perry was coached by Hall of Famer and Heisman Trophy Winner, Steve Spurrier. Spurrier's coaching career includes 6 SEC Championships, a National Championship, and coaching the 1996 Heisman Trophy winner, Danny Wuerffel.

carreer highlights

  • Team Captain for the 2016 season
  • National Semi Finalist for the Burlsworth Award for the most outstanding college football player who began his career as a walk-on
  • Nominee for the William V. Campbell award which is the player with the best combination of academics, community service, and on-field performance
  • 2016 Harold White GPA Award - 2015 Most Improved Quarterback of the Spring - 2014 Most Improved Quarterback of the Spring - 2014 Spring Big Play Award
  • First touchdown pass was against Kentucky while completing 13-of-20 passes for 179 yards in the second half against the Wildcats
  • Made his first career start at Georgia...scored on a four-yard quarterback keeper against the Bulldogs
  • Threw for over 200 yards and two touchdowns against #7 LSU...and 279 yards and a touchdown against Vanderbilt with a career long 78 yard TD pass
  • Career-long 66 yard run at Texas A&M...Longest rush by a Gamecock QB since 1959
  • Threw for 233 yards and 3 touchdown passes at Tennessee
  • Threw a 38-yard TD pass and caught a 17-yard TD pass against #10 Florida
  • Career-high 367 passing yards against The Citadel, connecting on 28-of-43 and a touchdown
  • Matched his career high with three touchdown passes and passed for over 200 yards against #1 ranked Clemson
  • Threw for 156 yards in the second half against Vanderbilt, leading the Gamecocks to a 4th quarter comeback win
  • Threw for 288 yards and was 26-36 (72%) against the Georgia Bulldogs

Jacksonville, Florida

Head Coach evan Orth

Evan was raised in Jacksonville, Florida where he played football at Fletcher High School under former Florida Gator offensive lineman Josh Corey.

Evan’s record as the starting quarterback was 23-5 in 2 seasons and reached the state semifinals in 2011 as well as back-to-back regional finals in 2012. He became the All-Time passing leader in all categories for season and career as well as leading his team to the most wins during his tenure than any other in Fletcher’s 75-year history.

In 2014, Evan redshirted his freshman season at UAB under Head Coach Bill Clark and OC/QB Coach, Bryant Vincent. Vincent coached the Blazers to their best offensive season in program history which resulted in 21 school records and winning the program’s first Conference USA title. Soon after, Evan transferred to South Alabama due to the termination of the football program.

Evan graduated from the University of South Alabama, where he was the starting quarterback under Head Coach Steve Campbell. Campbell was previously the Head Coach at Central Arkansas where he was named Southland Coach of the Year. During Evan’s senior year in 2018, he had a 65% completion percentage and threw for 1,800 passing yards with 11 touchdowns… Rushed for 173 yards and 1 touchdown.

carreer highlights

  • Voted as a Team Captain in 2018
  • Single game passing record: 360 passing yards & 3 touchdowns vs. Memphis Tigers who were rated 9th best secondary in country at the time
  • Against in state rival, the Troy Trojans, he threw for 275 yards and 2 touchdowns
  • Threw 30-yard TD pass against the Oklahoma State Cowboys
  • Career long 76-yard TD pass vs Coastal Carolina
  • Against the #1 defense in the Sun Belt, he threw for 225 yards with a completion percentage of 61% vs Appalachian State
  • Winner of the Mayer Mitchell Quarterback Endowment Award
  • #1 passing completion percentage for a career in school history: 65%
  • Two time All-Conference 2 weeks in a row vs Texas State and Memphis
  • Led the Sun Belt quarterbacks with a deep ball passer rating of 107.6%
  • Nominated in the Top 5 group of 5 quarterbacks by SEC Analyst, Greg McElroy
  • 56-yard run to the 4-yard line against the Idaho Vandals in 2017
  • Threw for close to 2,000 passing yards in senior year

Charleston, South carolina

Coach Bailey Hart

Our Charleston team is led by Bailey Hart. He is a graduate of Wando High School in Mt. Pleasant, SC where he was a 3 year starter with 5,257 Career passing Yards, 42 Career Passing TDs. He was named All Region 7- AAAA and 2016 Lower State Back of the Year after his senior season. Bailey attended The University of South Carolina where he walked-on as a QB and later played some WR.

Bailey played for former Gamecocks offensive coordinators Kurt Roper and Bryan McClendon as well as former QB coach Dan Werner. Bailey brings an exiting element to QB1 with his enthusiasm to train QBs in the Lowcountry!

Greenville, South Carolina

Coach Patrick McClure

Patrick is from Irmo, South Carolina where he played at Ben Lippen High School. Patrick was a 3-year starter for Ben Lippen and was named All-State after his junior season campaign. He later led his team to win a State Championship his senior year along with being named SCISA 3A Offensive Player of the Year.

Patrick signed to play football at Jacksonville University in 2017. After a short stint in Jacksonville, Patrick transferred to Clemson University where he walked-on in 2018. Patrick appeared at QB in a handful of games while playing for the Tigers. During his time at Clemson, he became a 2018 National Champion, 3x ACC Champion, and was named 2019 Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year.

Patrick was coached by Head Coach, Dabo Swinney; Passing Game Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach, Brandon Streeter; and Offensive Coordinator and Tight Ends Coach, Tony Elliott.

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