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Name: Bronson Rechsteiner 
College: Kennesaw State     Number: 32
Height: 5-10   Weight: 223
Position: FB  Pos2: RB/LB/ST
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2020

40 Low: 4.46
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.58

> Projected Round: 7-HPFA  Stock:   Projected High: 6-7th  Low: HPFA

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Height: 5102
Weight: 223

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Dates: 03/11/20
Hand: 09 1/8  Arm: 31
Wingspan: 73 5/8

Height: 5102
Weight: 223
40 Yrd Dash: 4.50
20 Yrd Dash: 2.50
10 Yrd Dash: 1.54
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 35
Vertical Jump: 35 1/2
Broad Jump: 10'00"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.22
3-Cone Drill: 6.95

-7 LBs/40 Time Range: 4.48-4.51


 Data Scout Notes: 2019: 2ndC...Backup w/28-114-4.1-0 rush in 7 gms in '18. Backup w/99-445-4.5-2 rush, 4-88-22.0-0 rec, TT in 14 gms in '17. Backup w/12 TT in 11 gms in '16. Father, Rick, and uncle, Scott, Rechsteiner were pro wrestlers in WCW and WWF/WWE

 Bronson Rechsteiner, Kennesaw State, Player News

  Kennesaw State football hosted its annual Pro Day in front of 27 NFL scouts and coaches Wednesday afternoon. Bronson Rechsteiner drew the attention of nearly every scout with eye-popping numbers across the board. He showcased incredible strength with 35 reps of 225 pounds in the bench press, and displayed dazzling speed with a 4.48-second 40-yard dash. His three-cone drill time of 6.95 seconds and shuttle run of 4.22 seconds affirmed his agility, too. He and Dorian Walker posted 35.4" vertical jumps. Walker's 10'4 broad jump slightly edged Rechsteiner and Monte Jones for KSU's best. T.J. Reed tied Rechsteiner with a 4.22-second shuttle run. - Kennesaw State Football

(DS#5 FB) Sr/2020 FB Bronson RechsteinerKennesaw State
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  Kennesaw State is hosting an NFL Pro Day on Wednesday at 1 p.m. The event will consist of 28 athletes from 12 different schools, including eight athletes from Kennesaw State. Two of the main players coaches will be coming to see are running back Bronson Rechsteiner and defensive lineman Desmond Johnson. Rechsteiner led KSU in rushing with 909 yards and seven touchdowns in 2019. The 6-foot, 230-pound former Etowah High School standout set a program record rushing for 221 yards on only 10 carries against Missouri State. The effort included an 85-yard touchdown run. Johnson finished the season with 41 tackles, seven sacks and 17.5 tackles for loss. He was a four-time All-Big South first team selection. "I know they have been working hard," Bohannon said. "I'm excited for them. I'm excited to see what all of our guys can do." -

(DS#5 FB) Sr/2020 FB Bronson RechsteinerKennesaw State
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  2019 ALL-BIG SOUTH SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RB - Bronson Rechsteiner, Sr., Kennesaw State,...Ranked fourth in the conference in rushing yards (843) while leading the No. 1 rushing offense in the country, Bronson Rechsteiner earned Second Team All-Conference honors. He rushed for 221 yards against Missouri State, which ranks as the fourth best performance in the conference this season, and most in program history. The Acworth, Ga., native turned in three 100-plus yard games, with two coming against Big South competition, and averaged 8.8 yards per rush while rushing for seven touchdowns. - Kennesaw State Football

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  The No. 9 Kennesaw State football team earned its third consecutive berth in the NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs on Sunday and will travel to Wofford on Saturday, Nov. 30 for a first-round matchup against the Terriers. Kennesaw State and Wofford will kickoff at 1:30 p.m. on ESPN3 with the winner earning the right to advance to the second round of the FCS Playoffs and travel to No. 3 national seed Weber State on Dec. 7 in Ogden, Utah.

In the brief five-year history of Kennesaw State football, the Owls have made three-straight appearances in the FCS Playoffs, becoming the first start-up program in the last 20 years to record 47 victories in five seasons and are the lone Big South Conference team to post three consecutive 10-win seasons. The Owls finished the 2019 regular season with a 10-2 record as they look to make the program's third consecutive run to the quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs. During KSU's last 38 games, it has a remarkable 33-5 record, including winning 26 of its last 27 regular season games against FCS opponents. Kennesaw State ended the regular season with the No. 1 rushing attack in the country, averaging 350.0 yards per game on the ground, including 53 rushing touchdowns to lead the nation. - Kennesaw State Football

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  Bronson Rechsteiner ran 10 times for 138 yards and two TDs to help Kennesaw State beat Charleston Southern 45-23 in the Big South Conference opener for both teams on Saturday. Daniel David passed for 93 yards and ran 18 times for 50 yards and three touchdowns for the Owls (5-1). Kennesaw State ran 51 times for 342 yards and six touchdowns. Antavius Grier scored on a 10-yard run to open the scoring on the Owls' second drive. David added a first-quarter TD run and Rechsteiner scored on a 49-yard run early in the second to make it 21-0. Jack Chambers' 40-yard touchdown pass to Garris Schwarting cut the deficit to 31-20 for the Buccaneers (1-5) early in the fourth quarter but that was as close as they would get. Chambers completed 20 of 45 passes for 296 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. - AP College Football

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  SEPT 23/WEEK 4 BIG SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kennesaw State running back Bronson Rechsteiner (Acworth, Ga.) rushed 10 times for a program-record 221 yards and scored the go-ahead touchdown in KSU's 35-24 win at Missouri State. He set the Big South single-game record for rushing yards per carry (22.1), and put the Owls ahead 21-16 with an 85-yard TD run at 9:55 in the third quarter. Rechsteiner's next attempt was a 64-yard gain that led to another KSU touchdown, and he later amassed 56 of KSU's 80 yards on the squad's final scoring drive of the day. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Caleb Snead (Campbell), Kameron Brown (Charleston Southern), Jadakis Bonds (Hampton) and Kenji Bahar (Monmouth). - Big South Football

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  Bronson Rechsteiner rushed for a school-record 221 yards and a touchdown on just 10 carries, Isaac Foster added 183 yards on eight carries with two TDs and Kennesaw State rallied from a 13-point deficit to beat Missouri State 35-24 on Saturday. Peyton Huslig staked Missouri State to a 6-0 lead with a 6-yard toss to Lorenzo Thomas and a missed PAT. Huslig added a 2-yard TD run at the 2:48 mark of the second quarter for a 13-0 Bears lead, but it was all Kennesaw State (3-1) from there. In fact, the Owls took the lead for good with three one-play drives. Foster opened the scoring for Kennesaw State with a 75-yard run on the first play with 2:31 to go in the second quarter to cut its deficit to 13-7. Parker Lacina kicked a 37-yard field goal on the final play of the first half to stretch Missouri State's lead to 16-7.

On the Owls' first play of the third quarter, Foster raced 67 yards for a score to make it 16-14 and Rechsteiner gave them the lead for good when he sprinted 85 yards for a score on the first play of their ensuing possession. Kennesaw State used three plays on its third possession of the third quarter to score. Rechsteiner picked up 64 yards of the 69-yard drive with a run on the first play and Shaquil Terry capped the drive with a 4-yard TD run to put the Owls up 28-16. Kennesaw State then put together its longest scoring drive of the game, a seven-play, 68-yard march with Daniel David running it in from 4 yards out to make it 35-16. Kennesaw State, playing its third straight road game, finished with 479 yards on the ground after coming in leading all Division I schools at 388.7 yards per game. The Owls have at least one rushing TD in 42 straight games. Huslig completed 28 of 46 passes for 292 yards and two TDs for the Bears (0-3). - AP College Football

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