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2024 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Roger Rosengarten

Roger Rosengarten, Washington NFL Draft Scouting Report
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The NFL Draft will begin on April 25, 2024. We take a look at Washington offensive tackle Roger Rosengarten, who is an athletic zone-blocking tackle in the trenches and has his Pro Day quickly approaching on March 28.

Rosengarten was rated a four-star recruit by ESPN and a four-star recruit by 247 Sports coming out of high school. He eventually committed to Washington over schools like Michigan, Oregon, Ohio State, and others.

During his three-year playing career at Washington, he gave up zero sacks in 26 games and over 1,700 snaps while being a solid run blocker.

Roger Rosengarten, Offensive Tackle, Washington

Name: Roger Rosengarten
Jersey: No. 73
Position: Offensive Tackle
School: Washington
Class: Redshirt Junior
Height: 6′ 5″
Weight: 311 lbs.

10 Yard Split: 1.73
Arm Length: 33 1/8″
Hand Size: 9 3/8″
Wingspan: 80 1/8″

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Awards: Freshmen All-American First-Team (2022) All-American Second-Team (2023)

Games Watched: Arizona (2023), Oregon (2023), Utah (2023), USC (2023)
Major Injury History: None

Roger Rosengarten’s Strengths

Displays rare athleticism with very good short area quickness, foot quickness, explosion off the snap, and lateral agility. Versatile run blocker who can climb, pull, and execute reach blocks to gaps while working his way up to the second level with ease. Hand placement is excellent and footwork is consistent while demonstrating a good understanding of angles when climbing to the next level. Good quickness out of his stance in pass protection with very good punch timing and placement to throw off the pass rusher. Excellent foot quickness and footwork to get depth in his pass sets and mirror in pass protection against speed rushers. Good anchor, flexibility, and knee bend to withstand blitzes. Good football IQ; knows his assignments and will finish through the whistle.

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Roger Rosengarten’s Weaknesses

Lacks power at the point of attack to initiate movement off the line of scrimmage with adequate pad level, resulting in him losing leverage against the defender. Lacks the strong initial punch to dictate depth in pass protection. Can be baited into extending early into the rusher while playing with marginal balance underneath. Inconsistent in dropping his anchor against bull rushes, showing adequate lower body strength.

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Summary

Rosengarten brings impressive athleticism and mobility to the offensive line. He will be a zone-based right tackle who can succeed in a West Coast offense due to his good ability to play in space and foot quickness to handle NFL rushers. He’ll need to continue to add strength and mass to his lower body while developing his core strength so he can become a consistent starter in the NFL.

Pro Comparison: Garett Bolles
Draft Projection: Fourth Round
Grade: Third Round


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