NFL Draft 2013: David Quessenberry could surprise with early selection


David Quessenberry's impressive attitude and technical prowess could bump him up to Day 2 of the 2013 NFL Draft, according to reports.

Fans could hear David Quessenberry's name called at the 2013 NFL Draft much earlier than expected, according to Tony Pauline of The former walk-on offensive lineman from San Jose State is reportedly in the Top 75 of several NFL draft boards.

Coming from a small school, it's not a surprise that Quessenberry has gone overlooked in mock drafts. For example, he didn't make the cut in SB Nation's most recent three-round mock. According to Pauline, however, several teams have said that they see Quessenberry as a "five-position player" thanks in large part to his technical prowess.

Quessenberry may not have elite athleticism and strength, but he is versatile. Teams also love his attitude coming from a military family. Quessenberry's intangibles couple with his skillset make him a high-floor (if low-ceiling) player who could entice teams on Day 2 of the NFL Draft.

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