MTR Extra: Quessenberry's go-to fast food order
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David Quessenberry, OT, San Jose State
6-5, 307, Sixth-round (176)
1. Quessenberry comes from a football family. His father played football at Navy, as does his younger brother, Paul. His youngest brother, Scott, a center, was one of the top centers in the country last year in high school and will play for UCLA next season.
2. He didn't receive one scholarship offer out of high school, so he walked on at San Jose State and ended up starting 37 games as a Spartan.
3. A tight end in high school, Quessenberry didn't become an offensive lineman until college.
4. Quessenberry grew up surfing and playing lacrosse in San Diego.
5. He hates reality TV.
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6. Quessenberry was a history major in college and wants to a history teacher when he is done playing football. He favors American history.
7. Quessenberry’s truck was stolen during offseason workouts. It was found in southern Texas and was being used to traffic people across the border.
8. His favorite fast food is In-N-Out burger. He orders a four-by-four animal style every time.
9. As a junior in high school, he was 6-3, 190 pounds.
10. He was one of three finalists for the Burlsworth Trophy, honoring the top Football Bowl Subdivision player that began his career as a non-scholarship player.