"The Quincy Carter Quarterback School has had a huge impact on me both as an athlete, and as a person. Coach
Quincy Carter immediately took me under his wing, and helped me improve my mechanics, along with putting me
through game-like drills that translated directly to the field. Most importantly, he has been an excellent mentor who
has helped me stay focused throughout adversity. "
- Wesley Smith
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Quincy Carter was in Fort Worth to talk with students at the Young Men’s Leadership Academy. He also had a message to share with current Cowboys QB Dak Prescott. WATCH FULL VIDEO HERE https://www.nbcdfw.com/local/former-dallas-cowboys-quarterback-quincy-carter-speaks-to-students/3415582/
Quincy spent time at the NPR Atlanta studio for an extensive interview with Rose Scott. Quincy Carter’s love and passion for sports runs deep. Throughout his life and career, he’s had to navigate many ups and downs. While navigating transitions, Carter says he has had to lean on his faith. He credits his mother and coaches
Quincy was inducted into the Georgia High School Hall of Fame. As a senior, he led the Panthers to the 1995 AAAA State Championship under head coach William Godfrey. He received Parade All-American and USA Today Georgia Player of the Year honors. He finished his high school career with 4,450 passing yards, 37 passing touchdowns,