Our Clients in the News

“Chris Baucia is one of the finest teachers of quarterback fundamentals and techniques. He has the remarkable ability to relate to all levels and abilities. Chris incorporates discipline and the precise details in each player to bring out their maximum potential. His positive teaching style motivates players to want to achieve more ”

Chris Cosh, Assistant College Coach & Parent of Billy Cosh, Maryland State Passing Record Holder (Kansas State, Houston)

“Coach Baucia and his staff provide the personal attention that is unparalleled¬†by any other QB training service available. The difference is that Coach Baucia and his staff actually take the time to understand the strengths and weaknesses of every QB and they work through the course of the entire program to help the QB further develop all of the skills required to play quarterback. I only trust the QB Factory with my son’s future at the quarterback position”

Todd Cockerville, Parent of Shane Cockerville (University of Maryland)

“My son took leaps and bounds after the tutelage from Coach Baucia. Not only in confidence, but fundamentally as well. He’s the best QB Coach I’ve seen!! Our son played at Gonzaga HS and is now at Stanford due to working with Coach Baucia and his staff at the QB Factory”

Donna Hogan, Parent of Kevin Hogan (Stanford, Cleveland Browns)

“Both of our sons attended the QB Factory last year. We saw such an improvement in their footwork, speed and other techniques that improved their performance during the season. We would recommend this program to anyone who has an upcoming quarterback. we wish we knew about this when our older son was in 8th grade.

Both of the boys mechanics have improved due to attending the QB Factory. The benefits are there – you need to take advantage of it. Both boys played at Damascus HS and are playing D1 football”

Paul & Judy Frazier, Parents of Connor Frazier (Townson) & Kyle Frazier (Monmouth)

“The aspect that I like the most about the QB Factory is that it is focused on fundamentals and repetition. A lot of other camps are focused on sophisticated nuances of the game that really do not help youth and high school QB’s develop the fundamentals that are absolutely critical to being an effective quarterback. Most kids learn these nuances for the two or three days of a camp and then there is no long term training available for the student to reinforce those skills. The QB Factory program requires students to develop the skills and fundamentals that they learn during the sessions throughout the year so these skills and fundamentals become a part of the quarterback’s practice and gameday performance.

I have seen Chris Baucia work with 6 year olds to advanced college QB’s and I am most impressed with his focus on the fundamentals of the position. I have coached at various QB camps and my son has also attended many camps on the East Coast and there is NO comparison with QB Factory. It is simply the best long-term QB training available in the region. He is the starting QB at DeMatha HS due to his training at the QB Factory”

Denny English, Parent of Beau English (DeMatha, Air Force)

“The QB Factory prepared Zack to be a quarterback The drills he did at the QB Factory honed not only his passing but also his dropbacks, rollouts, throwing on the run and all the other details that come with being a QB.

When practice started in August he didn’t have to think about these things, they were second nature. He could concentrate on the play and the defense. This gave him a lot of confidence and it showed in his numbers and play. He threw for 35 touchdowns and only 4 interceptions and his team won the State Championship. I would highly recommend the QB Factory”

John Splain, Parent of Zack Splain (University of Dayton)