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Old School Quarterbacks operates on the principle that the art of quarterbacking is based on leadership and critical thinking skills that translate both on and off the field. In 2003, Coach Brad Frazier began Old School Quarterbacks and continues to operate and lead Old School Quarterbacks, developing athletes as young as 8 years old through college and professional level.


Utilizing individual tutelage and analysis of his student’s techniques and abilities, Coach Frazier focuses on giving every quarterback a solid foundation in the fundamentals and expanding on that foundation with targeted critique and advice. His training style has been proven to be effective for all ages, building leadership and decision-making skills that translate on the field as a quarterback and team leader, and off the field in every aspect of life.

His knowledge of the game is built on his personal experience of playing the football and in the quarterback position. Born in Fort Worth, TX, he attended high school in Taylor, TX where he held nine letters in three different sports and earned All-District honors in all sports as well as winning the tennis state championship in 1979. He played football under the direction of his father, one of the most successful coaches in Alabama and Texas with over 25 years of coaching. From 1979 – 1981, Frazier was the quarterback at Howard Payne University going on to attend Texas A&M from 1981-1982 but sustaining a career-ending injury in 1982.

Since then Coach Frazier has gone on to pursue many other successful ventures, including serving as the quarterback coach for the professional IFL’s Frisco Thunder for 2 years. In 2007 his Quarterbacks had the league's most prolific offense with 3,178 yards total yards and 87 touchdowns and in 2008 the Team was ranked at the Top of the League in All categories. As Well, he cofounded Advantix Solutions Group in 2001 where he serves as President and CEO. His vision and leadership have been instrumental in guiding the growth and direction of Advantix, and daily he uses the skills learned on the field in his role of manager-as-coach, empathetically listening, developing the potential in individual employees, and recognizing and capitalizing on opportunities.

He and his wife Denise Frazier have two children, Macy and Brody. Attributing his success in life to a solid upbringing from his parents, Coach Frazier is active in the community serving on the Boards for the Sacred Fitness Foundation and Online Skills Coach as well as actively participating in Stonebriar Church.