After only one full season and part of another as UCLA's starting quarterback Josh Rosen already has established himself as one of college football's top passers. And analyst Daniel Jeremiah sees some similarities between the Bruins junior and a two-time Super Bowl champion: New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. "In terms of how he's played the position, and maybe even athletically a little bit, I wrote down Eli Manning," Jeremiah said during this week's Move The Sticks Podcast. "That's who, skill-set wise, he kind of reminded me of." Rosen was outstanding as a true freshman in 2015 with 3,670 passing yards and 23 TDs, but a shoulder injury cut his sophomore year short last year. He'll look to rebound this fall as a junior, but he's already compiled enough impressive game film to draw praise from Jeremiah, a former NFL scout with the Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens.