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Name: Zach Quinney (Retired)
College: Georgia Tech     Number: 73
Height: 6-5   Weight: 315
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 5.02
   40 Time: 5.11
  40 High: 5.23
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Height: 6052
Weight: 315

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Retired from Football...2020: NAC

 Zach Quinney, Georgia Tech, Player News

  It is not every college football player who would voluntarily surrender a starting spot on a power-conference team, and with it any shot at the NFL. But Quinney's decision serves as a reminder that there is far more to each player than what is visible in 12 Saturdays in the fall. Quinney's health was a factor. Last year, he tore the ligament in his thumb against Louisville, the fourth game of the season. He chose to play with the injury for another three games and then had surgery during the team's open week. The back-to-back postponed games gave him extra time to recover, and he played with his thumb in a cast for the rest of the season.

The previous season, he injured his wrist in preseason camp and chose to play through it, starting all 12 games before having surgery at the end of the season. "None of those were career-ending injuries or anything," Quinney said. "I definitely could have kept playing, but my body just wasn't feeling too good." He weighed the toll that football was taking on his body and the fact that, while he had dreamed of playing professionally, "I'm not one of those guys where it's 'NFL or bust,'" Quinney said. - Atlanta Journal Constitution

(DS#999 OT) rSr/2022 OT Zach QuinneyGeorgia Tech
News Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution
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  A three-year starter and a captain for the 2020 team, Georgia Tech offensive tackle Zach Quinney has decided to move forward from football. He was planning to return for his fourth season until he received a job opportunity that he decided to accept, Quinney told the AJC Monday. Quinney was initially enrolled this semester after having graduated in December with a degree in business administration, but withdrew to begin his work career, calling it a "very difficult decision" in a text message. Players making decisions similar to Quinney's is not unusual. Just before the start of last season, for instance, Yellow Jackets defensive tackle Chris Martin decided to not play his senior season in part to devote more time to his job search. - Atlanta Journal-Constitution

(DS#999 OT) rSr/2022 OT Zach QuinneyGeorgia Tech
News Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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  NOV 30 ACC CO-OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Zach Quinney, Georgia Tech, Jr., LT, Savannah, Ga.,...Quinney helped pave the way for Georgia Tech to rush for 377 yards in Tech's 56-33 win over Duke ... The Yellow Jackets had their highest rushing-and total-yardage (523 yards) outputs since 2018 at North Carolina ... Behind the Quinney-led offensive front, Georgia Tech had three players with at least 90 rushing yards (Jeff Sims – 108, Jordan Mason – 105 and Jahmyr Gibbs – 91) and four with at least 60 yards on the ground (including Dontae Smith – 60) ... Quinney delivered key blocks on each of the Yellow Jackets' four touchdown runs, all of which went for 20 yards or more (61 and 22 yards by Gibbs and 36 and 22 yards by Smith). - ACC Football

(DS#999 OT) rSr/2022 OT Zach QuinneyGeorgia Tech
News Source: ACC Football
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