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He played football and basketball at Portland High School in Maine and was a member of the National Honor Society.
In 2000, his senior year in high school, he won separate honors as Maine's top high school athlete in awards sponsored by USA Today and Gatorade. He led Portland High to 10-1 record in football while throwing for 1,600 yards and 18 touchdowns. He gained all-state and all-conference honors.
Porter accepted a scholarship from Boston College and saw action as a backup in 2001 and 2002. He was the starting quarterback his junior year (2003) for all but the last three games after a hand injury.
In February 2003 Porter experienced a personal tragedy when his father died unexpectedly of a heart attack. Michael Porter, a huge supporter of his son, had attended every Boston College game, home and away.
He was redshirted in 2004, making 2005 his senior year.
After a Jake Delhomme injury that left David Carr and Matt Moore as the only healthy quarterbacks on the Panthers' roster. Porter was signed to Carolina's practice squad on September 26, 2007.
On May 14, 2008, the Hamilton Tiger Cats announced the signing of Porter. He beat out Timmy Chang in the preseason to become the Ti-Cats third-string quarterback. He moved up to the second string on July 25 due to an injury to Casey Printers. He was moved up to the second string again for the September 12 game by new head coach Marcel Bellefeuille. Porter made his first start on September 27, 2008. Porter was sacked ten times by the BC Lions defense and went 14-of-27 for 144 yards with two interceptions in a 40-10 loss. His performance in his second start, 27-of-32 passing for 429 yards and five touchdowns including running himself for 42 yards on six carries, earned him the CFL's Offensive Player of the Week honours as well as the team's unexpected victory over the East's first place team, the Montreal Alouettes, and solidified his position as the number one quarterback on the Ti-Cats roster until the emergence of Kevin Glenn. For the 2010 and 2011 seasons, Porter was second string, backing up Glenn, in addition to coming in for short yardage situations. In 2011, Porter led the CFL in rushing touchdowns with nine. On January 15, 2013, the Tiger-Cats released Porter as per his request.
On January 21, 2013, Porter signed a 3-year deal with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. In the 2013 preseason, Porter completed 10 of 26 passing attempts for 191 yards with 2 touchdowns and 1 interception. He was released on June 21, 2013.
In 2019, Porter joined the Pico - Get Personal team as Vice President North America. His experience from the pro-athletic world, and his first-hand experience with the fan-player dynamic truly bring a competitive edge in understanding how teams communicate both internally and externally.
Currently, Quinton Porter is 40 years, 5 months and 13 days old. Quinton Porter will celebrate 41st birthday on a Thursday 28th of December 2023.
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