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David Quessenberry
OT #77
Height:
6-5
Weight:
307
Age:
23
College:
San Jose State
Experience:
2

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Twitter: @DavidQberry

TRANSACTIONS:
Drafted by the Houston Texans with the 176th overall pick and eighth pick of the sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft on April 27, 2013...Signed by the Texans on May 10, 2013.

Career Notes:
Played in 49 games, starting the final 37 contests he appeared in at left tackle
In 2013, he became the first Spartans offensive lineman to play in the Senior Bowl, earning that invitation after he recorded 242 knock-downs and 32 touchdown-resulting blocks, along with posting a pair of solo tackles

2012 (Senior):
Member of The NFL Draft Report’s All-American third-team and also received Super Sleeper Team (most underrated players at each position) accolades
The league’s coaches named him an All-Western Athletic Conference first-team pick
One of three finalists for the Burlsworth Trophy honoring the top Football Bowl Subdivision player that began his career as a non-scholarship player
Started 12 games at left offensive tackle, missing the Colorado State clash with an ankle sprain, snapping his streak of 27 consecutive starting assignments
A member of the Lombardi Award Watch List and became the first Spartans offensive lineman to play in the Senior Bowl
Went head-to-head vs. his younger brother, Paul Quessenberry, an outside linebacker for Navy, in the Spartans’ 12-0 win against the Midshipmen, as David delvered nine knockdowns for a unit that gained 388 yards
Helped the Spartans gain at least 500 yards in total offense five times – including 571 vs. Texas State and 504 vs. New Mexico State
San Jose State collected 503 yards vs. Cal-Davis, with the left tackle posting nine knockdowns

TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by the Houston Texans with the 176th overall pick and eighth pick of the sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft on April 27, 2013...Signed by the Texans on May 10, 2013.

Career Notes:
Played in 49 games, starting the final 37 contests he appeared in at left tackle
In 2013, he became the first Spartans offensive lineman to play in the Senior Bowl, earning that invitation after he recorded 242 knock-downs and 32 touchdown-resulting blocks, along with posting a pair of solo tackles

2012 (Senior):
Member of The NFL Draft Report’s All-American third-team and also received Super Sleeper Team (most underrated players at each position) accolades
The league’s coaches named him an All-Western Athletic Conference first-team pick
One of three finalists for the Burlsworth Trophy honoring the top Football Bowl Subdivision player that began his career as a non-scholarship player
Started 12 games at left offensive tackle, missing the Colorado State clash with an ankle sprain, snapping his streak of 27 consecutive starting assignments
A member of the Lombardi Award Watch List and became the first Spartans offensive lineman to play in the Senior Bowl
Went head-to-head vs. his younger brother, Paul Quessenberry, an outside linebacker for Navy, in the Spartans’ 12-0 win against the Midshipmen, as David delvered nine knockdowns for a unit that gained 388 yards
Helped the Spartans gain at least 500 yards in total offense five times – including 571 vs. Texas State and 504 vs. New Mexico State
San Jose State collected 503 yards vs. Cal-Davis, with the left tackle posting nine knockdowns

2011 (Junior):
Sarted all 12 games at left offensive tackle, earning second-team All-WAC honors
One of two offensive linemen to start in every contest, he registered 83 knockdowns and 11 touchdown-resulting blocks, as he also recorded a solo tackle after an interception vs. Louisiana Tech
Helped the Spartans rank second in the WAC and 23rd in the nation in passing, averaging 276.8 yards per game
Did not allow any of the 17 sacks given up by the front wall

2010 (Sophomore):
Took over left tackle duties, starting all 13 games, in addition to performing on special teams as a punt protector and lineman on kick-scoring tries
Placed on scholarship prior to the beginning of the season, he produced six touchdown-resulting blocks for a struggling running corps that scored just seven times
Recorded 53 knockdowns for a squad that averaged 315.08 yards per game, including an average of 236.5 yards per game by their passing attack
Added a solo tackle agains Cal Poly

2009 (Freshman):
The walk-on played in all 12 games as a reserve offensive tackle and extra tight end, seeing most of his action on special teams

2008 (Redshirt Freshman):
Red-shirted as a true freshman after joining the team as a walk-on

High School:
Attended La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad, Cal.) High School, playing football for head coach Darren Brown
Also lettered in lacrosse
As a junior, the 6-3, 190-pound offensive lineman helped the Mavericks compile a 9-3 record
The following season, he grew two inches and added 35 pounds to his frame, as the team managed a 7-4 mark

Personal:
Graduated from San Jose State in December 2012 with a degree in history
Paul Quessenberry, David’s younger brother, is a defensive end and linebacker for Navy
Their younger brother Scott will play football at UCLA in 2013
Their father, David Sr., graduated from the Naval Academy in 1980 and played football for the Midshipmen
His father spent 30 years in the service, the final 22 as a Navy Reserve, and retired as a captain in 2010

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