The other half of the 5-star quarterback duo in California is Josh Rosen. The 6'4", 205-pounder has a ton of physical tools, as well as the mental acumen to excel as a college quarterback.
He has a similar skill set to Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan.
Rosen has a long frame, and he does a lot of stuff off play action. He moves around on the field with a lot of confidence, and he's a director in the pre-snap phase. He reads coverages well and doesn't get rattled often by blitzes.
He has nimble feet when setting up and stands tall in the pocket. His release is quick, but his arm strength could be his best asset. He can rifle the football into tight windows, as well drive it with authority to targets deep down the field.
Rosen is a consistent and accurate passer who uses quick and good judgment to determine what type of throw he needs to make to complete a pass. He leads his receivers as much as he can, so they can have room to run after the catch.
The Golden State passer also is a deceptively mobile quarterback who has some ability to buy time and make plays with his legs. At this point, it would take an alien abduction for Rosen to not land at UCLA.
Greg Biggins of Scout.com said on Feb. 24: "Rosen has a strong relationship with Bruin head coach Jim Mora and quarterback coach Taylor Mazzone, his primary recruiter."
All recruiting ratings and rankings are from 247Sports. Player evaluations are based on review of tape at Scout.com, Rivals and 247Sports.
Edwin Weathersby is the College Football Recruiting Analyst for Bleacher Report. He has worked in scouting/player personnel departments for three professional football teams, including the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns.