Are you a youth or high school quarterback looking to get better and get recruited? Or are you a parent looking to help your kid out? Well, I’ve got just the place for you to go to so you can both get better and get recruited!
Austyn Carta-Samuels, the former Bellarmine College Prep star who went on to have a very successful collegiate career, left coaching in the SEC to start LockedIn QB.
Carta-Samuels played his first two seasons in college with the Wyoming Cowboys, starting as a true freshman in 2009, leading the Cowboys to their first Bowl Game appearance that season since 2004, where he ultimately passed for three touchdowns in a 35-28 double overtime win over Fresno State. Carta-Samuels won the New Mexico Bowl MVP that day. He also won Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year in 2009.
Carta-Samuels went on to transfer to play for James Franklin and the Vanderbilt Commodores. After sitting out the 2011 season due to transfer rules, he played his junior and senior seasons (2012-2013) in Nashville.
In his senior season (2013), Carta-Samuels tore his ACL in week six, but channeled his inner-Brett Favre and continued to play despite the injury. He finished his career going 3-0 on that torn ACL. He still has the highest winning percentage among starting quarterbacks in Vanderbilt history.
He joined the Missouri staff in 2014, where he was a recruiting coordinator and QB coach, while mentoring quarterbacks Drew Lock in 2018 and Kelly Bryant in 2019.
“I left my dream to fulfill my mission,” Carta-Samuels said. “I’m bringing the truth to high school athletes, and I want to change the mental health and lives of the athletes of generation z.”
Austyn’s brother, KJ Carta-Samuels, also works for LockedIn QB.
KJ also played at Bellarmine College Prep and went on to play for the Washington Huskies from 2014-2017 before finishing his collegiate career in 2018 as a graduate transfer for the Colorado State Rams.
I highly recommend contacting them to help you out. They won’t beat around the bush and they will help you drastically both on and off the field.