Don't apologize, Josh. People look up to you for the very reason you're apologizing.
Josh Rosen, the former UCLA starting quarterback and consensus top-five draft choice, seemed to reflect on some college mishaps in a recent interview with Sports Illustrated.
Among the topics- you guessed it, the infamous hot tub.
No college student should have to apologize for having a hot tub in their dorm room.— TotalProSports (@TotalProSports) April 11, 2018
"Power moves," the caption from Rosen's October 17, 2015 Instagram post read.
In regards to the tub, the to-be first-round draft choice explained, "Hosting a woman in the tub. Again, it’s about tailoring the message...But I shouldn’t have had a woman in there. I enjoy making people laugh, but what I find funny and put online, others might misconstrue and find jerkish. I need to refine my message but not lose who I am."
Something as minuscule as the hot tub incident is what worries NFL teams across the draft board? If so, come on.
Even Rosen's former head coach Jim Mora went on record, throwing a bit of shade toward his former quarterback.
Rosen will be just fine.
As long as he stays out of trouble, gets his reps in, and commits his full attention toward his next employer, I expect the 21 year-old to exceed when his opportunity arises.