Josh Rosen
Round 1

Josh Rosen

  • Year: Junior
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 226
  • 40-Yard: 4.92
  • Arm: 31 ¾
  • Hand: 9 ⅞
  • Bench: N/A
  • Vertical: 31.0
  • Broad: 111
  • 3-Cone: 7.09
  • 20-Yard Shuttle: 4.28
  • 60-Yard Shuttle: N/A

Strong Points

Three-year starter when healthy. Has very good mechanics and release. It comes out of his hand nicely and he throws a consistently tight ball. Can make all the required NFL throws with accuracy and good ball placement. Reads the field well and can go through a progression as well as any QB in this class. Good but not great arm strength.

Weak Points

Has never been the big winner he was supposed to be when he was recruited. Has an entitlement-type personality. Is very smart and will be the first one to let you know that he is. Can be difficult to coach. Not the leader you want the QB to be. Outspoken and not as well liked and respected as a top QB should be. Has games where he looks very average. His tight ball, quick release and mechanics make his arm look stronger than it really is. Has had a number of injuries and missed games. Lacks a strong build. Needs to add bulk and strength.

The Way We See It

A third-year junior and three-year starter at UCLA. There is no question that this player has the natural talent to become a very good NFL quarterback, but I doubt he ever will. Was a five-star recruit coming out of high school, and the talk was he would be the best quarterback ever. Has never lived up to expectations. Has very good mechanics and throws a nice ball with a good, not great arm. Flashes exceptional accuracy but can have games where he is way off. In the NFL, the intangibles separate the good quarterbacks from the average ones. Rosen lacks the intangibles to be a consistent winner at the next level. Needs to really mature and accept coaching if he wants to succeed. Will go very high because of what he can be, not what he is. It will be very interesting to see how it turns out. A hit-or-miss prospect.