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Quinton Dial
NT #92
Height:
6-5
Weight:
318
Age:
27
College:
Alabama
Hometown:
Pinson, AL
Experience:
5

Quick Stats (2016):

TCKL
36
SCK
0.0
FF
0
INT
--

Biography

Awards Honors


  • 2015: 49ers Community Relations Veteran Service Award
  • 2016: 49ers Community Relations Veteran Service Award

Goldmine

  • Dial started his own foundation called the QD92 Foundation in 2014, with the mission to show love and support to underprivileged kids today so they will have the best opportunity to be our leaders of tomorrow. “Growing up back in Alabama and just knowing what it’s like not to have a gift on Christmas, not knowing when I’m eating my next meal, not having that family bond that a kid should have, I know what that feeling is like. It’s not a good feeling,” said Dial. “So, I created this organization just trying to fill the void for those kids, be a mentor to them and just try to do anything positive that I can for them, trying to be a positive impact on these kid’s lives.” For more information on the QD92 Foundation, click here.
  • Dial connected with Alex Fernandez, a 20-year-old 49ers fan who lost his battle with brain cancer in July of 2015. One of the things that Fernandez wanted to do before he passed was to see a 49ers game at Levi’s Stadium. Through “QD Kids,” Dial sent Fernandez a package consisting of 49ers items: A team blanket, jerseys from QB Colin Kaepernick and LB Patrick Willis, an autographed football, hats and a poster. Dial included a signed jersey of his own and also included a video message for Fernandez. After he passed, Dial said on Twitter, “I want Alex Fernandez to know that he has made a difference in my life by sharing his story,” Dial wrote. “He is my hero, and people like him encourage me to continue our work through our non-profit QD Kids. I lead this non-profit in order to make ‘moments’ count for all children and adults who are combating challenges in their life. My first game is going to be dedicated to him for being a brave hero and for making a difference in the lives of others.”
  • Dial and the QD92 Foundation were very active during the Holiday Season in 2016. Along with teammates Glenn Dorsey and Mike Purcell, Dial hosted a dinner for women who are battling Breast Cancer. Additionally, Dial took youths from the Bill Wilson Center on a shopping spree at the Levi’s Store.

Awards Honors


  • 2015: 49ers Community Relations Veteran Service Award
  • 2016: 49ers Community Relations Veteran Service Award

Goldmine

  • Dial started his own foundation called the QD92 Foundation in 2014, with the mission to show love and support to underprivileged kids today so they will have the best opportunity to be our leaders of tomorrow. “Growing up back in Alabama and just knowing what it’s like not to have a gift on Christmas, not knowing when I’m eating my next meal, not having that family bond that a kid should have, I know what that feeling is like. It’s not a good feeling,” said Dial. “So, I created this organization just trying to fill the void for those kids, be a mentor to them and just try to do anything positive that I can for them, trying to be a positive impact on these kid’s lives.” For more information on the QD92 Foundation, click here.
  • Dial connected with Alex Fernandez, a 20-year-old 49ers fan who lost his battle with brain cancer in July of 2015. One of the things that Fernandez wanted to do before he passed was to see a 49ers game at Levi’s Stadium. Through “QD Kids,” Dial sent Fernandez a package consisting of 49ers items: A team blanket, jerseys from QB Colin Kaepernick and LB Patrick Willis, an autographed football, hats and a poster. Dial included a signed jersey of his own and also included a video message for Fernandez. After he passed, Dial said on Twitter, “I want Alex Fernandez to know that he has made a difference in my life by sharing his story,” Dial wrote. “He is my hero, and people like him encourage me to continue our work through our non-profit QD Kids. I lead this non-profit in order to make ‘moments’ count for all children and adults who are combating challenges in their life. My first game is going to be dedicated to him for being a brave hero and for making a difference in the lives of others.”
  • Dial and the QD92 Foundation were very active during the Holiday Season in 2016. Along with teammates Glenn Dorsey and Mike Purcell, Dial hosted a dinner for women who are battling Breast Cancer. Additionally, Dial took youths from the Bill Wilson Center on a shopping spree at the Levi’s Store.
  • In 2015, Dial was very active during the offseason. He spent time at the Bill Wilson Center with underprivileged youth, participated in a Special Olympics basketball game and helped a terminal cancer patient check ‘attending a 49ers game’ off his bucket list by visiting him in the hospital and supplying him with a bunch of 49ers gear.
  • As an event for “QD Kids,” Dial helped organize a fundraiser called “Bowling 4 Backpacks” in July of 2015. All of the proceeds from the event went directly to buying school supplies and backpacks for kids in need.
  • Dial’s church family has played a major role in his life and has positively impacted him, making him the man he is today. “They have supported me a lot throughout the years,” said Dial. “They encouraged me and prayed with me. I would say my church family is my biggest supporter that I have right now and has helped me to get where I am today.”
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 126 78 48 4.5 0 4 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2016 SF 14 11 36 24 12 0.0 -- 2 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2015 SF 15 15 59 32 27 2.5 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2014 SF 14 6 30 21 9 2.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2013 SF 3 0 1 1 0 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --

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