Every year when you are evaluating talent in the upcoming NFL Draft class, there are some players that schematically are perfect fits for a certain team in the league. This year, San Jose State offensive lineman David Quessenberry is one of those players.
Quessenberry is a very versatile offensive lineman that can play all along the offensive line and he’s a brilliant fit for any team looking to add a talent to their zone-blocking scheme.
The natural fit would be the Green Bay Packers.
According to The Green Bay Press-Gazette, Quessenberry “fits the profile” of a Packers pick. We’d have to agree.
Quessenberry burst on to the scene in Mobile, Alabama during Senior Bowl week and scouts continue to be enamored with his skill set. At his size, it is very impressive to see how well he moves, but it should really come as no surprise when you remember that he entered college football as a walk-on tight end.
His footwork is incredible and his long frame is exactly what you want to see from your offensive lineman.
Quessenberry spent three years at San Jose State playing left tackle, but he can bump in to guard and even took some reps at center in Mobile.
He is definitely a player to watch out for on draft day and it wouldn’t be surprising to hear the Green Bay Packers calling his name.