(This is the latest in a series of stories on the 2018 college quarterback class leading up to the NFL Draft.) It’s easy to see why NFL scouts love the pure passing skill of UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen. Watch five minutes of Rosen highlights, and it’s obvious he has a beautiful throwing motion and great fundamentals. The ball snaps out of his hands in a perfect spiral, and he’s in balance pass after pass. One might not think Rosen would spend a couple of months before the 2018 NFL Draft working on refining his passing mechanics. Yet that has become standard operating procedure for top NFL quarterback prospects. “There’s a reason why the ball comes off his hands so nice, and it jumps off and it seems so effortless,” said Rosen’s quarterbacking consultant, John Beck. “He’s really, really good.” “Why does he need to work on it?” Beck says. “I think most people would say the same thing about Tom Brady and Drew Brees.” Brady and Brees are the two most famous clients of the Los Angeles-based company Beck works for, 3DQB, a business created by famed pitching mechanics expert Tom House and incorporated in 2014. House started working with… Read full this story
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