QuarterBackCulture was founded by Andrico Hines. Andrico was the Quarterback of MTSU from 2000-2003 and played seven seasons of Arena football, He spent three of seasons in the Arena Football League (AFL) with the Cleveland Gladiators and the Pittsburgh Power.
After his playing career ended, he went into coaching High School football in Georgia in 2012. In 2013, Andrico Hines was named the Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach for Creekside High School where they went 15-0 and won the Georgia High School State Championship. While coaching he realized his passion for “developing” the Quarterback position. From there “Hines” has been fortunate to work with the Cam Newton Foundation (CNF) since 2014. Andrico has been the top Quarterback Coach for the (CNF) for the last seven years . While working with the CNF Hines was able to work with some of the best Quarterbacks that the
nation has to offer.
Felix Harper Alcorn St University
2020 HERO Sports Pre Season All American
2019 SWAC Offensive Player of the Year, ended the season with 2,954 yards, 33 touchdowns and nine interceptions passing, and six rushing touchdowns. Harper ranked fourth in the FCS in passing TDs (33), fifth in points responsible for (19.7 ppg), seventh in passing efficiency (160.7), eighth in yards per completion (14.5) and ninth in yards per pass attempt (8.7).Harper won three SWAC Offensive Player of the Week awards. He was named the HBCU National Player of the Week winner after the win over Prairie View A&M where he threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns, also rushed for a score. Harper also earned a helmet sticker on ESPN College Football Final after the win over Savannah State. In the Celebration Bowl, Harper threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns, also rushed for two touchdowns. He helped Alcorn score 44 points on six touchdowns. Harper was named Team MVP.
Zerrick Cooper Jacksonville St University
HERO Sports Sophomore All-American, named to the First Team All-OVC Offense and setting numerous quarterback records in his first year as a Gamecock…also named a Third Team Preseason All-American by HERO Sports for 2019…ranks first in passing yards per game (262.8) and total offense per game (290.9) in JSU’s career rankings…in the single-season rankings for the Gamecocks, Cooper ranks first in pass completions (251), passing yards (3416), passing touchdowns (32), passing yards per game (262.8), touchdowns responsible for (38) and total offense per game (290.9)…also ranks second in pass attempts (417) as well as total offensive yards (3782) for a single season…threw the ball 417 times completing 251 passes for 3416 yards and 32 touchdowns…his longest pass came on Sept. 8 against Mississippi Valley State for a 75-yard touchdown…also recorded 109 rushes for 366 yards and six touchdowns with a long of 33 yards coming against East Tennessee State.
Michael Wright Vanderbilt
Four-star prospect by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports
Nation’s 23rd-ranked dual-style quarterback by Rivals
Georgia’s 38th-ranked prospect by Rivals
Team’s offensive MVP as a senior
Led team to 13-1 record and Georgia 4A state semifinals as a senior
3,369 yards of total offense (2,653 passing yards and 716 rushing yards) and
50 touchdowns as a senior
187-of-291 passing (.643) and 37 touchdowns as a senior
2019 region offensive player of the year
2019 all-region first team
106-of-161 passing for 1,521 yards and 18 touchdowns as a junior School’s
200-meter dash school record holder
Over the past few years Hines has been able to learn from some of the best NFL Quarterbacks to gain insight on how the play the position at the highest level. Hines is currently working with NFL, College, High School, and youth in Atlanta, GA. QuarterBackCulture is my lifelong passion and I cannot wait to develop and polish future professional stars for years to come.