The Packers like offensive linemen who can play multiple spots on the offensive line.
For that reason, they apparently like David Quessenberry.
An offensive lineman from San Jose State who is projected to be a mid-round pick, Quessenberry has caught the attention of Packers G.M. Ted Thompson. According to Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Thompson and his scouts spent time at the Senior Bowl watching Quesenberry play all five positions on the offensive line.
Not bad for a guy who arrived at college as a tight end.
“I’ve been getting a lot of different feedback from a lot of different teams,” Quessenberry told Demovsky. “A lot of people see me as a tackle, and others see me as a guard or center. A team like Green Bay, they see me at all five, and that’s where my value is, being able to play all those positions and handle all that. I’ve gotten real positive feedback from them.”
Thompson, per Demovsky, has taken at least one offensive lineman per year, and a total of 14 in eight drafts. Primarily a left tackle in college, Quesenberry would be the fifth Packers offensive lineman who played left tackle at the NCAA level.