Fans could hear David Quessenberry's name called at the 2013 NFL Draft much earlier than expected, according to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net. 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.