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NFL Draft 2024 Scouting Report: Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

Drafted by: Baltimore Ravens


Height: 6’5”

Weight: 308

Arm Length: 33 ½  


40-Yard Dash: 4.92 seconds

10-Yard Split: 1.73 seconds

3-Cone: N/A

20-Yard Shuttle: 4.6 seconds

Vertical: 30”

Broad Jump: 9’ 5”

Bench Press: N/A



  • Does a good job resetting his hands when has to do so.
  • Is consistently able to lockout once he gets a grip on rushers.
  • Athleticism allows him to easily mirror rushers.
  • Plays with a finisher’s mentality but isn’t over-aggressive.
  • Is regularly able to get inside positioning with his hands.
  • Stays tight to the line of scrimmage when pulling.


  • Can be a bit inconsistent with his footwork. 
  • Inconsistent reaching to his landmarks when run blocking. 
  • Has trouble sticking to those with a good first step.
  • Has trouble establishing a grip on defenders – needs to work on punch accuracy and timing.
  • Will help out his fellow linemen too early leaving way for delayed rushers.


  • Honorable mention All-PAC 12 in 2023. 
  • PAC-12 Honor Roll in 2021.
  • Consensus top-3 recruit in the state of Colorado coming out of high school.



Washington’s Roger Resengarten was a standout performer at the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine thanks to his forty-time. While he may be overshadowed by his teammate, Troy Fautanu, Rosengarten is still a viable option for those needing help on the right side.

While his length isn’t elite for an offensive tackle, Rosengarten still does a good job resetting his hands to establish a firm grip. From this, he’s consistently able to get inside position with his hands and lockout. In both phases of the game, Rosengarten plays a clean game for someone with a finisher’s mentality. His athleticism makes it easy for him when mirroring pass rushers and serves him well when tasked with pulling. 

However, because of his lack of elite length, Rosengarten needs to improve his punch timing and accuracy as he has trouble establishing his grip the first time. More so, he also has trouble reaching his landmarks. When facing rushers with a good first step, Rosengarten’s footwork becomes more of a heel click rather than something that’s smooth. Finally, Rosengarten sometimes leaves too early to help his teammates. It isn’t that he’s helping them out that’s the issue, it’s more so the timing of which he does it.

At the end of the day, Rosengarten likely made himself a bit of money with his performance in Indianapolis. While he isn’t a premier RT prospect like Latham and Fuaga, Roger Rosengarten should be someone to keep an eye on as the draft approaches. 

My Two Cents

Overall, I think that Roger Rosengarten is a better player than where he’ll probably get drafted. He isn’t someone who will come in and transform a team’s offensive line, but he is someone who could be a great support piece for a unit that is looking to fill its final holes.  

Drafted Round 2, Pick 62 to the Baltimore Ravens

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