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David Quessenberry | Tackle

Team: San Jose State Spartans
Age / DOB:  (23) / 8/24/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 295

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Texans traded up to select San Jose State OT David Quessenberry with the No. 176 overall pick, sending the Nos. 184 and 233 overall picks to the Raiders.
Quessenberry (6-foot-4 7/8, 302) made 37 starts for the Spartans, primarily at left tackle. A former walk-on at tight end, he demonstrates enough athleticism and length (34 3/8") to potentially start at left guard or protect the blindside in a pinch, although Quessenberry must fill out his frame. He ran 5.08 with a 29.5-inch vertical at the Combine and performed 25 reps on the bench. Confirming his impressive short-area movement skills, Quessenberry's 4.45 20-yard shuttle was third fastest among offensive linemen. He's a quintessential zone blocker who will never play with power. Quessenberry could sneak into the starting lineup at right guard or right tackle for the Texans. Sat, Apr 27, 2013 04:08:00 PM

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San Jose State OL David Quessenberry may enlist in the military at the end of his football career.

"Yeah, it's definitely something I have thought about. It's something I've been around my whole life," Quessenberry said. "Playing in the National Football League is a dream of mine, but (military service) is not off the table." Quessenberry has impressed personnel men with his talent and could be selected earlier than many expect, according to draft insider Tony Pauline. We view him as a mid-round prospect. He's received interest from the New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys, Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers.
Source: USA Today
Mon, Apr 15, 2013 06:32:00 PM

Draft insider Tony Pauline notes that San Jose State OL David Quessenberry could be selected earlier than many expect.

"The offensive lineman has been stamped as a "five position player" by a number of teams, who rank Quessenberry as a top 75 choice," Pauline writes. Quessenberry impressed during Senior Bowl week and showed off his positional versatility. We highly doubt he makes it out of the fourth-round.
Tue, Apr 9, 2013 10:54:00 AM

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler considers San Jose State's David Quessenberry the best mid-round LT prospect.

Quessenberry started the draft process as a late rounder, but his excellent week of Senior Bowl practices will likely land him in the fourth-round. Brugler is projecting Quessenberry to left tackle, but we wouldn't be surprised to see him show versatility as a guard.
Sun, Mar 31, 2013 10:33:00 AM

After polling NFL personnel men, CBS Sports' Rob Rang listed San Jose State OL David Quessenberry as a riser after Senior Bowl week.

Quessenberry is a former walk-on at the tight end position and showed promise at tackle, guard, and even backup snaps at center in Mobile. He is a bit light at 294 pounds, but Quessenberry held his own on counter power moves and was able to mirror with athletic footwork.
Source: CBS Sports
Sat, Jan 26, 2013 11:34:00 AM