MMQB's Albert Breer reports No. 10 overall pick Josh Rosen "has impressed his coaches" so far.
Breer writes Rosen has been "as advertised with his ability to digest and apply the information he’s being given" and "looks comfortable and poised." Considering the offense he played in at UCLA and his skill set, it is not a surprise Rosen is handling the transition well. Coach Steve Wilks left open the possibility of Rosen starting Week 1 after the draft, and things seem to be headed that direction despite the presence of Sam Bradford.