"It was just seeing how far he has developed," David Quessenberry said. "The last time I really watched him play was in high school, and to watch him play and just the way he moves and how hard he plays and how big he is, it's really impressive to think how far he's come the last couple years."
"We're brothers on and off the field above anything else," David Quessenberry said. "When we're both competing, we're trying to come out there and win. I'm going to go my hardest, and I'm sure he'll do the same, and I wouldn't expect anything less than that."