Who is Throw God on TikTok? The internet’s most vulgar Quarterback!

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If the TikTok was the make an American Football team, this guy would be the QB…

Who is Throw God?

Throw God, whose real name is Harrison Beck, he is the self-appointed “internet starting quarter” back and he’s all over social media.

He has quite a vulgar personality and has no fear of offending people, releasing 3 to 4 videos a day.

Beck lived in North Carolina during high school and had received his first college scholarship offer from the University of North Carolina. He got the scholarship offer in 8th grade (he would have been 13 or 14 years old) which is incredibly young but a popular tactic in American sport.

He received more scholarships from top universities but later chose to go to Nebraska University, a college with a rich American Football history. Beck was known for having great talent but lacked in the preparation and training, not putting in the same effort as the other QB’s in the Nebraska program.


In 2006, one training, Beck walked out of practice and never returned, he said, “I just want to practice and throw and win the Heisman and go to a national title, and I’m having to deal with all this nonsense”.

He ended his Nebraska career and ended up moving about in college’s a couple of times, but that didn’t stop him from loving the sport. He now uses social media platforms, especially TikTok, to showcase his skills and his confident persona. He calls it “QB1 energy”.

Throw God on TikTok

Throw God is all about showing off! His careless attitude is entertaining to many as he mixes the sport in with a strong personality, and it’s not for the faint-hearted.

It is quite refreshing to see a TikTok account about a certain sport that isn’t serious and all about the sport itself. He shows that to be good at something doesn’t mean you have to be up-tight and strict on yourself, you just have to work hard and still enjoy yourself.

In his latest TikTok, he talks angrily about his time in college football, using strong and sarcastic language to get his point across. He clearly wanted his previous coaches and teammates to see it as he put the text “make this go viral” onto the video.