Thankful to be a Bruin pic.twitter.com/iph754UL2b
— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) January 3, 2018
A short three years after being hailed as the savior of UCLA football, quarterback Josh Rosen‘s UCLA career is done as the star junior declared for the NFL draft on Wednesday, forgoing his senior year with a chance to be one of the top picks this April.
As a junior, the former five-star prospect set UCLA’s single-season passing record with 3,756 yards, eclipsing Brett Hundley’s mark from 2012, despite missing almost three whole games due to two separate concussions. He did not play in what would be UCLA finale, as the medical staff held him out of the Bruins’ bowl game.