Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Texans' picks: Round 6/176 - David Quessenberry, T, 6-5, 302, San Jose State...A former tight end with quick feet, agility and balance. He has movement skills coaches like in their zone scheme. He needs work on technique, and he's got to get stronger and more consistent to compete for playing time. - The Sports Xchange
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09/12/13 - T David Quessenberry (foot) was placed on reserve/injured by the Texans Tuesday.
09/05/13 - OL David Quessenberry, a sixth-round pick who could play guard and tackle, suffered a season-ending foot injury in practice and is lost for the season.
The Texans kept 10 offensive linemen, including four tackles. Quessenberry played guard in preseason. Ben Jones and Cody White are reserve guards behind starters Wade Smith and Brandon Brooks.
04/28/13 - A closer look at the Texans' picks: Round 6/176 - David Quessenberry, T, 6-5, 302, San Jose State...A former tight end with quick feet, agility and balance. He has movement skills coaches like in their zone scheme. He needs work on technique, and he's got to get stronger and more consistent to compete for playing time. - The Sports Xchange
04/08/13 - 2013 San Jose State Pro Day: David Quessenberry, OT (6-4 7/8, 303) - Quessenberry stood on his numbers from the combine (he was among the top performers in his position group in the short shuttle), and did the positional drills at the pro day. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
03/16/13 - 2012 San Jose State Pro Day: Otten will likely compete with offensive lineman David Quessenberry for the distinction to be the first San Jose State player drafted in the 2013 NFL Draft. Quessenberry performed positional drills for scouts on Friday, but decided to stand on his combine numbers. In Indianapolis he recorded a 5.08 40-yard dash, 25 reps on the bench press and 4.45 short shuttle. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
03/16/13 - 2012 San Jose State Pro Day: 19 players with San Jose State University ties were among 20 athletes participating in the program's annual Pro Timing Day held in the Koret Athletic Training Center and Spartan Stadium.
12 of the 19 were seniors on the Spartans' Military Bowl winning team. Offensive tackle David Quessenberry, a participant in the NFL's 2013 Combine in Indianapolis, only had his height and weight taken at the San Jose State day. Quessenberry did all the physical tests (vertical leap, standing long jump, bench press, 40-yard dash, shuttle run and cone drill) during the League's Combine.
Seven former Spartans from previous teams also performed before the 23 NFL teams and one Arena Football League franchise represented. Former San Jose State stars Jeff Garcia and wide receiver James Jones for the activities. Garcia was one of two quarterbacks used in the pass catching drills following the conclusion of the sixstandard physical tests. - San Jose State football
01/24/13 - 2013 Senior Bowl, OLine, Three up...3. David Quessenberry, San Jose State (6-5, 294 pounds). Ranking a Senior Bowl lineman third really isn't a slight, especially considering how dominant Fisher and Johnson look. Quessenberry has been a surprise this week at guard and tackle, handling the pass rush all week. He's really a polished blocker with some good quickness. In my opinion he jumped past Oday Aboushi and Brian Winters in the rankings thanks to a crisp, consistent week. - Dave Richard, CBSSports.com
01/03/13 - San Jose State University football offensive tackle David Quessenberry recently accepted an invitation to play in the 2013 Senior Bowl. Now in its 63rd year as a college all-star game, this year's Senior Bowl is set for January 26, at 3:00 p.m. (CST) in Ladd-Peebles Stadium. The NFL Network will provide live television coverage.
Quessenberry is the first San Jose State offensive lineman in school history headed to the Senior Bowl. He completed his senior season as a three-year starter and co-captain on the Spartans' Military Bowl winning team. The 2012 graduate who majored in history was a first-team All-Western Athletic Conference offensive lineman and one of three finalists for the Burlsworth Trophy honoring the top college player that began his career as a non-scholarship player.
The Carlsbad, Calif., resident joins his fellow co-captain and tight end Ryan Otten as Senior Bowl invitees. The 2013 game marks the first time since 1974 two San Jose State players are scheduled to play in the game that is coached by National Football League coaching staffs. - San Jose State football
12/07/12 - 2012 ALL-WAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL-David Quessenberry, San Jose State, Sr., has been selected First Team All-Western Athletic Conference (Coaches selection) for the 2012 college football season. - San Jose State football
11/21/12 - 2012 BURLSWORTH TROPHY SEMIFINALIST (TOP COLLEGE FOOTBALL WALK-ON): David Quessenberry, Sr., OT, San Jose State...Quessenberry is a three-year starter for the Spartans, presently with a 9-2 record prior to the regular-season finale against Louisiana Tech on November 24. He is anchoring an offensive line for the ninth highest scoring team in San Jose State history. The 2012 Spartans have a chance to become just the fourth team at the University to score 400 points in a season. San Jose State has put its points on the scoreboard with a passing attack that is the most accurate in the Football Bowl Subdivision. The Spartans, mainly with quarterback David Fales, has completed 71.6 percent of their passes for 3,563 yards and a school-record 30 touchdowns.
The 295-pound Quessenberry first joined in 2008 from La Costa Canyon High in Carlsbad, Calif., as a 240-pound tight end/offensive line prospect. After redshirting in 2008 and a 2009 season in which he played primarily as a punt protector, he earned the starting left tackle job and was placed on scholarship prior to the 2010 season opener against defending national champion Alabama. - San Jose State football