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Josh Rosen | Quarterback

Team: UCLA Bruins
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 200

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UCLA freshman QB Josh Rosen "feels like as sure of a thing as a true freshman quarterback can be," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Though the Bruins lost QB Brett Hundley, all 10 other starters on offense are back. "UCLA's offense is loaded with proven talent at every position but quarterback," Brown wrote. "While junior Jerry Neuheisel can still win the job, Rosen is the future and probably the present. A five-star recruit, the 6-foot-4, 205-pound Rosen enrolled in January and participated in spring practice. He's a mature, poised and smart pro-style passer, and with a veteran roster around Rosen, UCLA can contend for the Pac-12 title." Rosen, the No. 1 QB recruit in the nation, threw for 8,473 yards and 90 touchdowns in high school. Jul 9 - 6:00 PM

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UCLA freshman QB Josh Rosen "has transitioned to the next level about as well as an early enrolling freshman can at this point," notes ESPN's Travis Haney.

The 6-foot-4, 200-pound Rosen, the No. 1 quarterback recruit in the class, threw for 8,473 yards and 90 touchdowns at St. John Bosco High School. "His solid spring vaulted him into the QB1 conversation, if not the lead, and likely prompted this week’s transfer of Asiantii Woulard," Haney wrote. "Rosen will still have to hold off Jerry Neuheisel, who has some experience and is well-liked by his teammates, but everyone who encounters him believes Rosen has the physical and mental tools to seize the job by September and become a household name by October." The five-star QB is favored by many to win the starting gig this summer.
Jun 9 - 12:48 AM

NFL Media ranks UCLA freshman QB Josh Rosen their No.1 impact freshman in college football.

The 6-foot-4, 200-pound Rosen passed for 8473 yards, 90 touchdowns, with a QB rating of 122.0 coming out of St. John Bosco high School. The former five-star QB is seen as the front-runner to take over the QB position for UCLA. However, HC Jim Mora has mentioned that the competition for the position is still wide open.
May 22 - 2:02 PM

UCLA HC Jim Mora Jr. told the OC Register the school's QB competition is still wide open.

Freshman QB Josh Rosen is the expected starter, but Mora placed the likes of Jerry Neuheisel, Asiantii Woulard and Mike Fafaul on equal footing. "We might go three games in and not know who our starter is," Mora said. We find that highly improbably. Neuheisel filled in for an injured Brett Hundley last year, however, he will have to hold off the No. 1 quarterback recruit in the class in Rosen.
Source: OC Register
May 14 - 8:39 AM

UCLA freshman QB Josh Rosen will start for UCLA immediately, predicts ESPN's Ted Miller.

Rosen was the No. 1 QB and No. 16 overall recruit in the 2015 class. "In terms of measurables and looking the part, he has no peer on the UCLA roster," wrote Miller. "The only issue was how quickly he'd adjust to the speed of the Pac-12 game, how quickly he'd learn the UCLA offense and how well he'd mix with his teammates. He appears to have achieved at least a passing grade in all three areas, which makes it difficult to not acknowledge his talent, particularly on a team that could be a Pac-12 and national contender." To replace Brett Hundley, Rosen is in a three-way battle with Jerry Neuheisel and Asantii Woulard.
May 11 - 8:57 PM

Like Clemson's Deshaun Watson, UCLA freshman QB Josh Rosen could begin the season on the bench and become a starter soon thereafter, believes ESPN's Travis Haney.

"If a true freshman quarterback is going to have an impact in the sport this fall, it’s most likely to be Rosen," Haney wrote. "Coaches who recruited him are still buzzing about him, jealous they lost out to the Bruins." Indeed, Rosen, the No. 1 QB and No. 16 overall recruit in the 2015 class, was courted by just about every program in the country. He is in a three-way battle with Jerry Neuheisel and Asantii Woulard to replace Brett Hundley.
May 6 - 9:58 PM

Josh Rosen, the No. 1 QB and No. 16 overall recruit in the 2015 class, verbally committed to UCLA on Thursday.

Rosen's recruitment began with a strong lean to Stanford, phased into a stage where he flirted with Cal, and then Michigan, and ended up in Los Angeles. "I put UCLA in front a few months ago, but the Michigan visit made me go in depth about why UCLA was the right place for me," Rosen said. "A lot went into the decision and it wasn't made just for football. I'm going to the university where I fit best in all aspects." Rosen is hoping Brett Hundley will leave for the NFL following next season, putting him in a position to compete for the starting gig as a true freshman. He'll graduate high school early and enroll at UCLA in the spring of 2015.
Mon, Mar 24, 2014 11:57:00 PM