Brogan Roback NFL Draft Prospect

Brogan Roback (#4) played quarterback at Eastern Michigan University. Roback attended St. John Jesuit in Toledo, Ohio. As a sophomore, Roback completed 119-of-210 passes for 2,179 yards, and a school-record 25 touchdowns while helping the Titans to an 11-2 finish and the Division I regional final. During his junior season, Roback completed 98 of 181 passes for 1,645 yards and 14 touchdowns as the team finished 7-3.  Because of his success on the field, Roback was the first four star recruit to sign at Eastern Michigan since 2002. listed Roback as the No. 29 quarterback in the nation.Roback 2
Roback had a very successful career while at Eastern Michigan University. During his 5 year career, Roback completed 745 out of 1,284 passes for 8,653 yards and 57 touchdowns. Not only was Roback a talented quarterback but spent time as a punter in 2017 as he had 11 punts for 487 yards. Roback was outstanding under center as for the past three seasons he threw for nearly 3,000 each year. Roback had a career day against Ball State as he threw for 468 yards and three touchdowns. Roback reflected on his time at Eastern Michigan saying, “the city of Ypsilanti changed me and the program molded me into a better man, person, and a player and I truly am eternally grateful for it all.”
Roback said his toughest matchup in college wasn’t that of the game but was preparing against adversity. Roback mentioned, “I’ve had so many great battles on the field against so many great players and great teams. But the toughest battle I had to learn how to prepare for was adversity. That taught me more about myself as a man and a player.” During his collegiate career, Roback went up against may fantastic defenses including that of Central Michigan University where he went on to throw for 355 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception this past season. Roback 3
Roback is currently preparing to participate in Eastern Michigan’s Pro Day as he tries to impress NFL scouts prior to the draft in April. Roback commented on how he plans to, “continue to get healthy and get my body in the best shape it can be. Along with my mind and in the classroom and on the board.” Roback has been very promising leading up to this moment in his playing career. Roback was able to bounce back from an injury he faced early in 2014 and didn’t allow it to slow him down. He came back and finished his time at Eastern with very impressive numbers. His athletic ability and arm strength have lead him to the success in his career. If he improves this offseason and builds upon his run game, he will find success when he steps foot in the NFL.

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