It has been nearly a year since Josh Rosen picked up his first offer but since he's a 2015 quarterback there is more than enough time for things to pick up even more.
That's expected for the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco recruit since he's one of the top quarterbacks in his class and has proven on many stages he could become a national prospect.
Fresno State was the first to offer Rosen last spring and recently the 6-foot-4, 205-pound prospect has landed an offer from Oregon State.
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It came as somewhat of a surprise to Rosen, who looked good recently at the NLA 7on7 in Las Vegas, because he hadn't talked much to the Beavers' coaching staff early in his recruitment.
"I've never talked to them before in my life," Rosen said.
"I got called up at lunch and talked to coach (Brent) Brennan. The only other time I talked to them was when I was a freshman when he shook my hand and said he saw my Pop Warner tape after our Bosco coaches showed them."
Despite looking really good at multiple events this off-season and having a strong sophomore year, Rosen said he's still not hearing from many programs.
Fresno State and Oregon State have offered but Rosen said that's been about it. He gets some recruiting letters but the major teams are still waiting on the sidelines.
The 2015 standout said he hopes the Oregon State offer gets other Pac-12 programs going.
"Hopefully it sparks the rest of the Pac-12," Rosen said. "It's definitely reassuring especially since it's been a year after getting Fresno State."