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Default Re: 6th round -David Quessenberry OL SJSU

8. DAVID QUESSENBERRY | San Jose State 6047|302 lbs|5SR Carlsbad, CA (La Costa Canyon HS) 8/24/1990 (age 22) #76

2012: (12/12) (LT) PROJECTION: 3rd Round
2011: (12/12) (LT) MEASUREABLES: 6047 | 302 | 34 3-8” | 10 5-8" | 81”
2010: (13/13) (LT) COMBINE: 5.06 40-YD DASH | 1.73 10-YD | 25 REPS | 29.5” V | 9-4 BJ | 7.49 3C | 4.45 SS
2009: (12/0) (OT)
2008: Redshirted

STRENGTHS: Athletic frame with adequate build and length…smooth kickslide with good lateral quickness in his shuffle…stays light in his movements to mirror…nice job getting out in space and blocking at the second level…squares his frame at the POA, sinking his hips extending his limbs… plays with an attitude and nasty mean streak…good awareness and always looking for someone to hit…proudly wore the “C” on his jersey…skill-set to kick inside to OG or OC if needed, can also long snap.

WEAKNESSES: Not overpowering and lacks the strength to eliminate defenders from the play…lean lower body…needs to do a better job using his length to keep rushers away from his body…needs to stay patient in his stance, getting in trouble lunging and ending up on the ground…bad habit of leaving his feet and missing his target…room to improve his footwork and play with better lower body flexibility…missed time in 2012 due to an ankle injury…how much more weight can he add?

SUMMARY: At just 235 pounds out of HS, was recruited as a TE/OT and has done a nice job adding nearly 70 pounds the past five years on campus…three-year starter with 37 career starts under his belt, all at LT…athletic frame with enough foot quickness to hold up in space with natural body control…needs to strengthen his lower half and do a better job using his length and punch…offers position versatility to fight for a starting OT job in the NFL while giving his team depth inside at OG and OC.
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