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Name: Reece Udinski 
College: Virginia Military     Number: 2
Height: 6-3   Weight: 224
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 5.05
   40 Time: 5.16
  40 High: 5.25
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 Data Scout Notes: 2nd team All-SoCon w/306-479-3276-19-5-63.9 pass, 54--121--2.2-0 rush in 12 gms in '19. 302-523-3082-20-16-57.7 pass, 77--183--2.4-1 rush in 11 gms in '18. Backup w/51-94-432-2-4-54.3 pass, 17--7--0.4-0 rush in 8 gms in '17.

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  2019 ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB Reece Udinski, VMI,...Udinski, a junior from North Wales, Pa., compiled record setting numbers directing VMI's “air raid” offense for the second straight year. He led the SoCon in passing and broke his own VMI single season passing record with 3,276 yards. His 19 touchdown passes were the second most in school history and he began the season with an FCS record 368 consecutive passes without an interception. Udinski also set new VMI single season records for total offense (3,155 yards) and best pass completion (63.9%) and tossed for 200 or more yards in 11 games in 2019, also a new school single season record. - Virginia Military Football

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  Carter Johnson scored on a blocked kick in the second quarter and VMI used big scoring plays on offense and defense in the third quarter to defeat Chattanooga 31-24 on Saturday. The Mocs were punting from their 32 when Devin Carper got in on Gabe Borings's attempt and Carter scooped up the loose ball and stepped into the end zone to put the Keydets ahead 17-10. In the third quarter Reece Udinski found Jakob Herres for a 54-yard touchdown and then Jarrod Richmond scooped up a fumble and rumbled 64 yards for a score, putting the Keydets (5-7, 4-4 Southern Conference) up 31-10. Nick Tiano threw for a touchdown in the third quarter and scored on an 8-yard run with 4:43 left to play to pull the Mocs (6-6, 5-3) within a touchdown but VMI ran out the clock. Chattanooga had a 451-264 advantage in total offense. Herres had eight catches for 153 yards and two touchdowns for VMI while Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks ran for 132 yards for the Mocs. In ending a four-game losing streak, VMI won five games for the first time since 2003 and four conference games for the first time since 1979. - AP College Football

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  The interception that VMI quarterback Reece Udinski threw on his final pass last season must have stuck with him this past offseason. Udinski's 16th and final interception tied him for the second-most in the FCS. This season, Udinski has cleaned up the mistakes - in fact, better than in any stretch in FCS history. Against Mercer last Saturday, the 6-foot-4 junior pushed his season-opening streak of consecutive passes without an interception to 344, surpassing the FCS single-season and career records of 342 set by Portland State's Jimmy Blanchard in 1999. Udinski has been interception-free while attempting the second-most passes among FCS quarterbacks. Running VMI's Air Raid offense, Udinski has passed for 14 touchdowns and a Southern Conference-high 2,314 yards. He's completed 218 passes for a 63.4 percentage, up from 57.7 last season. "I just want to be great," Udinski wrote on Twitter. VMI, under fifth-year coach Scott Wachenheim, has 4-4 overall and 3-2 SoCon records, the most overall and conference wins for a Keydets teams since 2008. - AP College Football

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  Reece Udinski threw a 61-yard touchdown pass to Jakob Herres late in the game to help VMI snap a 12-game losing skid against The Citadel with a 34-21 victory on Saturday. Brandon Rainey scored on a 3-yard touchdown run that pulled The Citadel (2-4, 0-2 Southern Conference) to 27-21 with 3:22 to play before Udinski connected with Herres three plays later for a score with 2:18 remaining.

Udinski threw three touchdown passes and was 25 of 35 for 335 yards. He also stretched his SoCon single season record to 252 consecutive passes without an interception. Herres had eight catches for 175 yards and two touchdowns. Alex Ramsey ran for 97 yards and a score. Rainey was 19 of 34 for 233 yards passing and ran for three short-yardage touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Raleigh Webb caught 10 passes for 110 yards. The Keydets last beat The Citadel on Nov. 16, 2002. - AP College Football


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  Reece Udinski threw for two touchdowns including the game-winner in overtime as VMI held on to beat East Tennessee State 31-24 on Saturday night. Udinski fired a 21-yard pass to Javeon Lara to make it 31-24 in the overtime period for the Keydets (2-1) victory. Udinski was 38-of-64 passing for 281 yards. Alex Ramsey ran for 57 yards and two scores. VMI trailed 24-21 with 10 seconds left in the fourth quarter when Grant Clemons, who had missed two pervious field goal attempts, hit from 30 yards to tie the game and send it into overtime.

After a low-scoring first half ended in a 7-7 tie at halftime, VMI took a 14-7 lead early in the third quarter on Ramsey's 3-yard run. Tyler Keltner kicked a 37-yard field goal for the Buccaneers (1-2), closing it to 14-10 with 6:14 left in the third. Trey Mitchell took ETSU into the lead in the fourth quarter with a 20-yard scoring pass to Anthony Spagnoletti to make it 17-14 with 10:29 remaining. Udinski replied for VMI with an 11-play, 75-yard drive and Ramsey blasted it in from the 1 to reclaim the advantage, 21-17. But on the next drive, Jacob Saylors broke for a 61-yard touchdown run that put ETSU back up 24-21 with 5:59 to go. Mitchell had 250 yards and two scores passing for the Buccaneers. - AP College Football


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  Reece Udinski threw four touchdown passes and Alex Ramsey ran for two more as VMI won its first home opener since 2015 by routing Division II Mars Hill, 63-21 on Saturday. Udinski hooked up with Javeon Lara on a 50-yard touchdown in a 56-17 loss at Marshall last week and found him with two more against the Mountain Lions, including a 26-yard strike less than three minutes into the game. Lara led the team with seven touchdown catches a year ago and had a 12-yard snare in the third quarter to give him three through the first two games. VMI (1-1) wore a tribute to former player and coach Tim Maypray on their helmet for the home opener. Maypray was a standout wide receiver at the school and later in the Canadian Football League with Montreal, winning the Grey Cup in 2010, and with Ottawa. He served as running back coach for the Keydets before moving on to coach at Davidson College. Maypray, 30, died in January.

Ramsey ran eight yards for a touchdown midway through the first quarter and added a six-yard score in the third. Chima Kpaduwa capped the day with a 75-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter as the Keydets finished with 220 yards on 35 carries. Udinski was 17 of 29 for 264 yards without an interception James Urzua was 13 of 25 for 156 yards to lead Mars Hill, throwing two touchdown passes and two interceptions. The Mountain Lions managed just 61 yards on 38 carries. - AP College Football


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  2019 PRESEASON SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB Reece Udinski, Jr., VMI,...Udinski rewrote the season passing record book in 2018 by throwing for over 3,000 yards and became the first quarterback in school history to surpass the 3,000 yard threshold for a single season. He set season marks for completions (302), attempts (523), total plays (570) and tied the season mark for most touchdown passes in a season with 20.

Udinski established VMI single game records for passing yards when he threw for 491 yards in VMI's 52-50 loss at Western Carolina September 22 which also stood as the second most yards by a SoCon QB during the year. - Virginia Military Football


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