About a week after Perry Orth’s career at South Carolina came to a close, the former Gamecocks quarterback announced that he was starting a quarterback training service.
Orth, who graduated in December with a degree in Business Economics, named his company QB1 Ath1etics.
— QB1 Ath1etics (@QB1_Ath1etics) January 5, 2017
During his career at South Carolina, Orth had 12 touchdowns passes and threw for over 2,500 yards. The former walk-on quarterback started 11 games during his junior and senior seasons.
Late last month, Orth suggested last month that he’d already made plans for after the Birmingham Bowl, but he wouldn’t go into detail.