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Josh Rosen - the top QB in 2015.

Top QB in the nation commits to UCLA

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Not even screenwriters in Hollywood could've come up with a situation as perfect as this.

The number one quarterback in the nation for the class of 2015 - Josh Rosen - has made his mind up and decided to spend his college career at UCLA.

And in a beautiful twist of fate, the number two quarterback in the class - Ricky Town - will be playing just down the road at USC.

This is too good to be true and i'm sure that everyone will be hoping that the two develop a Tom Brady - Peyton Manning style rivalry.

"A lot went into the decision," Rosen told Rivals.

"I just had to know I'm not going somewhere just to play football, I'm going to a university -- a school -- for the next four years of my life," Rosen added. "Ultimately, I felt UCLA was the right decision for me. ... I'm definitely going to UCLA." 

The 6ft 4in pro-style quarterback out of Bellflower, is the best prospect in the state of California, and the number two overall guy in the country only behind defensive tackle Trenton Thompson from Georgia.

His would be rival Town hails from Ventura and plays for St. Bonaventure. Town is the same height as Rosen weighs in a worrying 17 pounds less at just 190lbs.

Town is the second best prospect from Cali and the eight best in the nation. He will become the 7th quarterback on the Trojans roster when he makes the move.

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