2008 (Junior) - Played in 13 games, starting twice ... starts came against Utah and UNLV ... played as a backup tight end the first four games of the season, then moved back to receiver ... caught three passes for 39 yards ... one catch for 16 yards vs. Southern Utah ... career-long 18 yard catch at UNLV.
2007 (Sophomore) - Played in 13 games, starting seven ... started season unlisted on depth chart, but moved into the role of co-starter ... fourth on the team with eight receptions ... started the last three regular season games ... earned first-ever start against BYU ... caught first-ever touchdown against Notre Dame ... hauled in 12-yard catch for first career reception against South Carolina State ... had a career-best three receptions for 24 yards against Navy ... hauled in two catches for 15 yards against Notre Dame.
2006 (Freshman) - Played wide receiver on the junior varsity team.
High School - Lettered three years in football, two in basketball and one in baseball ... second-team all-state and all-league defensive back and wide receiver as a senior ... all-league DB and WR as a junior ... high school football coach was Chuck Puga.
Personal - Member of Cadet Squadron 32 ... major is systems engineering management ... son of Paul and Debra Quintana ... has an older sister, Ashley ... attended the USAFA Prep School and played football ... nickname is Q ... worked Air Force Academy summer sports camps this summer as part of the cadet leadership team ... also worked on the assault course during Basic Cadet Training ... traveled to Eglin AFB, Fla., on Operation Air Force and also worked Basic Cadet Training in the summer of 2008 ... also took a summer academics course in law ... will be an acquisitions officer in the Air Force following graduation ... favorite food is steak ... favorite book is Fight Club ... listens to the Red Hot Chili Peppers before games ... person in history he would most like to meet is Jesus ... something not many people know about him is that he plays the piano ... credits his father as having the greatest influence on his sports career because "he was my coach and also taught me the morals and values that are so important" ... greatest moment in sports was beating Notre Dame in South Bendin 2007 ... hobbies are snowboarding, golf and fly fishing ... favorite athlete is former Bronco John Elway ... favorite NFL team is the Denver Broncos ... favorite non-traditional sport to watch on TV is the Masters.
Quintana's Career Receiving Statistics
Year G # Yds Avg TD LG 2008 13 3 39 13.0 0 18 (UNLV) 2007 13 8 67 8.4 1 12 (SCSU) Totals 26 11 106 9.6 1 18