Registration is open to all high-school-age Quarterbacks, however Buck will only be inviting the best 30 QBs and 20 Wide Receivers to participate.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from these Atlanta football players who have succeeded on every level!

2022 Buck Belue Quarterback Camp Registration

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Buck Belue - 1980 National Championship QB

Buck Belue played Quarterback at the UGA from 1978 to 1981 and was the quarterback for the Georgia Bulldogs in 1980 when the team went 12–0 and was named the consensus national champion after beating Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl.

Buck’s football accomplishments include: Being named captain of the 1981 SEC Champion Georgia Bulldogs, twice selected as 1st Team All-SEC QB, SEC Athlete of the Year for 1981, played quarterback for the Jacksonville Bulls in the USFL, was an Assistant Football Coach  (QB & WR) at Valdosta State University and has been named to the Georgia-Florida Hall of Fame, the Valdosta Sports Hall of Fame, and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.

Joe Hamilton - QB

Joe Hamilton set ACC career records for total offense (10,640 yards), touchdown passes (65) and total touchdowns (83) while at GA Tech. He was also the 1999 Heisman Trophy Runner-Up, a 1st Team All-American, and was drafted to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where he won a Super Bowl. In 2002, he was named one of the 50 members of the ACC 50th Anniversary Football Team and was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2014.

Terrence Edwards - WR

Terrence Edwards is a Georgia Bulldog with a legacy! Edwards owned the SEC record for total receiving yards (3,093), ranked second in receptions (204) and in his senior year he broke  the 1,000  yard receiving mark.

Edwards signed with the Atlanta Falcons in 2003 then later played in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes. When Edwards completed his career in the CFL, he was top five in receptions, yards, and touchdowns finishing with 508 receptions for 7,637 yards and 47 touchdowns.