Josh Rosen praised for his ability to make quick reads

To say the least, true freshman quarterback Josh Rosen had a terrific opening game for the UCLA Bruins. He was recently named the Walter Camp Football Foundation Offensive Player of the Week after he threw for over 300 yards and three touchdowns in the 34-16 win over the Virginia Cavaliers.

He is now getting even more praise for his terrific abilities on the field. Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman gave his Big Picture Monday morning and discussed the opening weekend of college football. One thing that was talked about by UCLA’s offensive coordinator was Rosen’s ability to make quick reads.

“(John) Tenuta’s a really good defensive coordinator,” Bruins OC Noel Mazzone told FOX Sports Sunday afternoon. “He always gives people problems. It was a nice little start for Josh, and that’s as good as our line has played since I’ve been here.”

“Josh just has got a great wide vision of the game. He sees everything that is going on.”

Rosen is already proving himself to be a special player for the Bruins and his just going to get better. Let’s hope that he can continue to impress when he leads his team into Las Vegas to take on UNLV on Saturday night.

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