What do UCLA’s QB alumni think of Josh Rosen? Daily News beat writer Thuc Nhi Nguyen asks a bunch of them

UCLA Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen passes against the USC Trojans during the second half at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017. USC won 28-23. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)

Thuc Nhi Nguyen spoke with a surprisingly high number of former UCLA quarterbacks for her deep dive on the current Bruins QB in How will UCLA’s Josh Rosen era be remembered?

Rosen, who may not play in today’s Cactus Bowl due to injury and hasn’t yet announced whether this is his final UCLA season before turning pro.

Consensus among the other QBs is that Rosen is a very, very good quarterback who didn’t come to UCLA at the best time to be stacking up wins.

From Thuc Nhi’s article:

“I wish him nothing but the best because all the former quarterbacks who watch him play at UCLA, they recognize that he’s very gifted,” said (former UCLA QB David) Norrie, who played at UCLA from 1982-85 and is now an analyst on ESPN. “I talk about his arm, but he’s got this wonderful mobility and he’s obviously a very intelligent kid, so he has the entire tool box. Josh can go as far as he wants to go with the tool box that he has both physically and mentally.

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