A lot is expected from UCLA junior quarterback Josh Rosen this season. Following an outstanding freshman season, the Bruins signal caller struggled through injuries and a lack of playmakers in 2016.
Rosen, who many believe could be a top pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, struggled on Wednesday night at UCLA’s fall camp. He completed two of his 15 pass attempts during the 11-on-11 period, according to Scout.com.
While one of those passes did go for a touchdown, it was still a shaky performance in Rosen’s fall camp debut. According to Scout, Rosen also struggled with UCLA’s defense as he took multiple sacks and had passes batted down at the line of scrimmage.
Rosen is coming back from injury and it was his first time competing with a lot of the new players. A little rust is to be expected, and the Bruins are hopeful that Rosen will get back on track in short order.
But for UCLA to be competitive this season, they’re going to need Rosen to be one of the best quarterbacks in the nation.