College Football Insiders “Pac-10 players to watch for 2010” series continues on the offensive side of the ball with UCLA receiver Nelson Rosario.
UCLA is, and has been in dire need of a playmaker on offense. You can blame the offensive line, the quarterbacks, the overall talent level, a lack of coaching, or whatever you want. But the fact remains: the Bruins have not had a player on the first or second All Conference team at any skill position since 2005 and the days of Maurice Jones-Drew. At 6’5”, with good speed and the jumping ability good enough to finish third in the long jump and tenth in the high jump at the Pac-10 Track and Field Championships, Nelson Rosario has the chance to give the Bruins a very effective deep