But Quessenberry thought he could have done better.
"I felt good with all the position specific drills, but the one on ones, going against a guy like Eddie Vanderdoes, he's a tough son of a buck, and I didn't think that was my best day," said Quessenberry. "Still, I thought I did good overall."
Quessenberry put a lot of work in at center, a position that he's getting more familiar with, having played tackle.
"I played center my sophomore year, but I've played left tackle and right tackle since then," said Quessenberry. "But it felt pretty good."
Quessenberry had narrowed it down to a top four recently, but a new run of offers has him back to wide open.
"I'm going to try to get around to some of the schools that I haven't been to all that much, like the Arizona schools, the Oregon schools and Utah," said Quessenberry. "They're easy to get to and I can save the other trips for my officials."
And Quessenberry plans to take all five of them.
"Heck yeah, I'm taking all of them," said Quessenberry. "Coming up here right in the middle of summer, I may narrow it down a bit. And I'd like to have the officials set before the season so it's not a distraction so I know where I'm going."