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'20 CO OT Roger Rosengarten (Verbal to Washington)

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Valor Christian HS (Highlands Ranch, CO)

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Ht: 6'7"
Wt: 275
40:

247s rating: 4*- 94 grade; #9 OT (#87 overall)
ESPN rating: 4* - 82 grade; #26 OT (#221 overall)
Rivals rating: 4*- 5.9rr; #14 OT (#124 overall)

247s Composite: 4* / 0.9475 / #12 OT / #109 overall

Reported Offers: COLORADO, Arizona State, Cal, CSU, Duke, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas State, Miami (FL), Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, ****braska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ohio State, Oregon, Penn State, Purdue, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State
 
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Buffnik

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So many great linemen in this 2020 in-state class and Rosengarten might be my favorite. Plays angry. Has great length and the frame to get absolutely massive. Pretty good basketball player, too, which shows when you see his feet and athleticism on the football field.
 

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This might be my favorite tackle recruit in years. Athletic, good form, mean; one DE in the vid went full on Blind Side and fell down without being touched.
 

JMBuffs

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So many great linemen in this 2020 in-state class and Rosengarten might be my favorite. Plays angry. Has great length and the frame to get absolutely massive. Pretty good basketball player, too, which shows when you see his feet and athleticism on the football field.
I feel like Colorado's 2020 class might be the best class we have seen as a state in a while.
 

The Ogre

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I beg your pardon, the former staff never promised us a... guy like this. Too many good in-state kids have been leaving for a long time.

Excited to see Kap and Tucker make CU lines mean and tough again.
 

WasianCU

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Offers are rolling in for Rosengarten. In the last couple weeks, he's added offers from Ohio State, Penn State, Washington State, Arizona State, Oklahoma, Purdue, Miami, and Duke. Safe to say that he'll have plenty of options.
 

Medford M.

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Offers are rolling in for Rosengarten. In the last couple weeks, he's added offers from Ohio State, Penn State, Washington State, Arizona State, Oklahoma, Purdue, Miami, and Duke. Safe to say that he'll have plenty of options.
That's a 5* offer list.
 

Buffsrock85

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BIG BIG BIG BIG NEED!!! If Tucker wants to play big boy football he finds a way to ink this kid. Pull out all the stops, fly to his school with a helicopter. I hear that’s how you impress 17 year olds.
 

4BienemyTDs

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Kap will prove to be the most important assistant coach as we all know, and he is the most impressive assistant in my opinion. Hopefully local kids can see that and appreciate that fact that 2 of the best NFL OT's are Buffs. Still a good look. We need to have the Legislature pass a law that forbids ****braska from offering any Colorado Kids, and thus have a reciprocal agreement with any ****braska kids coming to Boulder. I would make that trade off.
 

Austin Cameron

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Kap will prove to be the most important assistant coach as we all know, and he is the most impressive assistant in my opinion. Hopefully local kids can see that and appreciate that fact that 2 of the best NFL OT's are Buffs. Still a good look. We need to have the Legislature pass a law that forbids ****braska from offering any Colorado Kids, and thus have a reciprocal agreement with any ****braska kids coming to Boulder. I would make that trade off.
Agree to disagree. I want nubs to offer every CO kid the buffs are in on and we lock every one of them up. Stick it to em.
 

ahoelsken

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Agree to disagree. I want nubs to offer every CO kid the buffs are in on and we lock every one of them up. Stick it to em.
I want the nubs to be competing with Colorado State and Northern Colorado for the talent we pass on. This kid is in the same category in terms of importance for me as Gentry-2020 is a chance to get program changing depth in a spot that has been our biggest liability for a few years now. This staff has to capitalize.
 
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