NFL Draft: Josh Rosen says he is coming for Tom Brady’s records
This year’s draft class of quarterbacks includes several intriguing talents at the position that could step in as potential as the long-term answer for a franchise. One of these top prospects is UCLA’s Josh Rosen, who is widely believed to be taken in the first few selections come late April.
In the weeks leading up to the draft, Rosen has voiced much confidence in his ability on the field could translate to a tremendous amount of success at the next level. In fact, the 21-year-old believes that he can potentially challenge may of the records held by New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady if given the chance to be a franchise quarterback.
Rosen is viewed by many as being potentially the most gifted natural passer in this year’s crop of quarterbacks. He has been touted as being a pure passer that also has a strong arm has allowed him to be an accurate thrower in tight coverage. He has also shown to have some strong footwork and pocket presence that leads many to believe he can translate that into success at the next level.
That said, he is surely aiming high with his expectation as Brady has put together an impressive career that earned him the reputation by many as being not only the greatest quarterback of all-time but also the best player in NFL history. He currently holds the all-time record with four Super Bowl MVP awards, won three NFL MVP awards, and has earned 13 Pro Bowl nods. He has also reached an NFL record for any quarterback with 15 divisional titles along with his combined 223 wins in the regular season and postseason.
The bar is certainly set quite high, but this strong faith in his ability could be seen a positive attribute that could put him position to be a starter in his rookie campaign as one of the top picks in this year’s draft. Regardless of where he lands, Rosen will have a chance to prove just at the next level.