2018 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about JOSH ROSEN: UCLA, 6040 226 4.92. Junior entry and three-year starter from Manhattan Beach, CA. Has a showcase-ready passing posture from head to toe. A right-handed passer who played with a left knee brace. Loads of natural talent. Second-team All-Pac 12 and ranked number nine nationally in total offense with 329.1 yards per game. Rosen’s watershed game was the comeback over Texas A&M last fall where the Bruins turned a 44- 10 deficit into a 45-44 overtime win. He passed for over 400 yards in five games in 2018. The ex-Bruin holds school records for the most 300-yard games (17) and most consecutive games with a touchdown pass (14). Started all 30 games of his college career including 13 as a college freshman. Pinpoint accuracy with a quick release. The scouts on the Combine field during passing drills said there was a pop when he released the ball. After Josh Allen and Baker Mayfield, Rosen had the next strongest arm and velocity that was recorded in Indianapolis. Good body control to set up and throw quickly. Quick and balanced feet in the pocket. Keeps his feet alive and the ball high. He has a strong arm with quickness. Has a quick upload and release. Keeps his eyes down the field. Sees the field well. Rosen has experience taking snaps from under center and the past Bruin offensive coordinators all had NFL experience. Throws the back shoulder passes like he invented it. Stands tall in the pocket. Quickly processes information and gets from point A to point Z quickly. Understands what he is seeing. Cool in the pocket. Moves the safeties with his eyes. Accurate short, intermediate, and long. Does a good job of putting air under the deep ball. Similar to Baker Mayfield, he could have sued his receivers for nonsupport at times. The Bruins’ receivers had more drops than a volatile stock market. Steps towards his target. Always in a good athletic position with a slight knee bend. Rarely over strides. Good instincts and awareness. Poised in the pocket but pressure up the middle will throw him off his game. Not really an extemporaneous passer. Likes all his ducks in a row. Can hit a target on the move with a tight spiral, good ball placement. Not a running threat. Question intangibles and maturity to be a consistent winner. Has been outspoken on issues and is very thought provoking. Father is a surgeon. His mother a writer and editor. Some ball clubs may think he has a sense of entitlement. Is he coachable? Despite being an immensely talented quarterback, he has never really taken his talent to the next level in college. Plays with confidence but makes more than his share of bad decisions. Must be more consistent. Very undisciplined in his play at times. Needs to build up his body to take NFL hits. Durability is a major concern especially the concussions. Is he willing to pay the price to be a Super Bowl winning champion? Grades out as an eventual starter because of talent. Boom or bust. 2017 stats: 283/452, 3756 yds, 62.6%, 26 TD, 10 INT, -97 yds rushing, 2 TD, 146.9 QB rating. Ball velocity 59 mph. OSR:8/18. First round. (A-31 3/4, H-9 7/8, SS-4.28, VJ-31).