What may concern you: Rosier checked in at a Nike event a few months back at 6-foot-1 and 191 pounds, meaning he lacks ideal size to play quarterback in a pro style system. And while the Canes are recruiting him to be their quarterback of the future, he's only really had one full year's worth of experience in a pass-happy offense. He played various positions up until his sophomore season, when he played QB in a Wing-T offense. Finally, he led a team that went just 3-7 on the field last season. Sure, it's a team game but most major college quarterback prospects come from productive high school teams.
Bottom Line: Edouard committed to the Hurricanes when Mario Cristobal was here. Since he left for Alabama, the Canes have landed two more quarterback commitments -- Kaaya and now Rosier. With Edouard talking a lot to Louisville about playing in their spread offense, the Rosier commitment makes sense here for the Hurricanes. It appears as though, unless the coaches plan to sign three quarterbacks a year after getting an elite player at the position (Kevin Olsen), one of these guys may end up elsewhere. It seems as though Edouard (to Louisville) is the most likely to flip his commitment to another school. Rosier did not have any other BCS scholarship offers, which means he was recruited like a 2-star player. That is interesting, especially since Kaaya didn't have any other BCS offers at the time of his commitment to the Hurricanes. Both players are upside guys who likely won't be needed anytime soon, especially if Olsen's as good as everyone thinks he'll be.