Eric Rouser is easily one of the biggest offensive lineman in the nation this year with his 6-8, 265 pound frame. He has some very nice offers and plays at one of the top schools on the west coast in Ventura, California's St. Bonaventure High School. He has many good things to say about UA and he also has the Cats under consideration for one of his final two visits."> Eric Rouser is easily one of the biggest offensive lineman in the nation this year with his 6-8, 265 pound frame. He has some very nice offers and plays at one of the top schools on the west coast in Ventura, California's St. Bonaventure High School. He has many good things to say about UA and he also has the Cats under consideration for one of his final two visits.">

OL Likes That He Could Play Early at UA

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=866186">Eric Rouser</a> is easily one of the biggest offensive lineman in the nation this year with his 6-8, 265 pound frame. He has some very nice offers and plays at one of the top schools on the west coast in Ventura, California's St. Bonaventure High School. He has many good things to say about UA and he also has the Cats under consideration for one of his final two visits.

Height: 6-8
Weight: 265
40 time: 5.0
Bench: 315
Squat: 400
Vertical:'26
From: Ventura, California
High School: St. Bonaventure

He has a visit set with San Diego State for December 12th and one with Fresno State for the weekend after. Eric says one other will go to Washington and Oregon State may also get one. Arizona is vying for the last one.

"I like that Arizona is close to home. I have a couple of friends who play Golf there. I think I could play early there, too."

Rouser feels his strengths are his knowledge of the game, speed, and intensity.

He has current offers from the Cats, Colorado State, Idaho, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Washington, and Wyoming.

Eric carries a 2.4 core GPA and scored a 1000 on his SAT. He is undecided on a major.

St. Bonaventure has a 7-0 record and takes on Santa Barbara next.


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