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100 Players in 100 Days – Day 29 – Alex Pechin, Unionville

Written by: on Wednesday, June 18th, 2014. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

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Player Name: Alex Pechin, Unionville

Height: 6-1

Weight: 175

40-Yard Dash: 4.7

Class of: 2015

GPA: 4.3 (National Honor Society)

Position(s): QB/K/P

Jersey Number: 13

Years with Varsity: 3

Other Sports: Baseball and Basketball

Starting experience: He played some of his sophomore year at quarterback. We would bring Alex in on certain package situations. He started last year and is our starter his senior year.

2013 Stats: Alex threw for 1,950 yards 21 touchdowns. He rushed for 320 yards and four touchdowns. He made six field goals including a 45-yard field goal and was perfect on XPT.

2013 Highlights: Against Oxford he threw for 298-yards and five touchdowns.

Honors: 1st Team All-Ches Mont League American Conference at QB

 

Coaches Q&A with Pat Clark:

Q. What kind of leader is he?

A. He’s more of a leader by example. But he will speak up when its time to speak up. He’s very good under pressure. When you are the quarterback everybody is looking at you. When your team needs a play, you are the guy that needs to make that play and he comes through for us.

His greatest leadership attribute is the way he makes plays in pressure situations. The kids really respond to him.

 

Q. What are his strengths at quarterback?

A. He’s a tremendous passer. He has great mobility and is very good at keeping the pass play alive until he finds the open guy. He’s got great vision and the ball is out when it’s supposed to be out.

 

Q. How’s his running ability?

A. Last year he had four or five design carries and we are probably going to get him a few more carries this year.

 

Q. How’s he on special teams?

A. He has handled the kicking and punting duties for three-years. Last year he made a 43 and 48-yard field goal. He could be a division one kicker or punter.

 

Schools of Interest: Ivy League

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