"I'll be doing it at my school March 20 at 12:00 (PST)," Rosen said. "That day worked out well for my parents and coaches. We finish up mid terms that day and my dad is always busy with work and he'll be able to make it so that's how we came up with the 20th.
"We'll do it in the coaches office like a few of our players have done in the past. Malik (Dorton) and Nico (Falah) did that way the past two years, it's just easier to have all the press there at one time. I won't be taking any other visits, I have a good idea of what I'm doing and I'm excited to get this over with."
Over the last year, Rosen has visited California, Stanford, UCLA and USC. The Cardinal haven't offered and the Trojans have a commitment from Ricky Town. That makes the Bears and Bruins the obvious front-runners.
Cal led early in this one after Rosen visited last spring but the Bears sub-par season has hurt their chances. The quarterback has been to UCLA twice in the last month and there was talk he might actually commit during a late January visit before deciding to hold off.
Rosen has a strong relationship with Bruin head coach Jim Mora and quarterback coach Taylor Mazzone, his primary recruiter. In recruiting, you never want to call anyone a ‘lock' but it would be a major surprise if the talented signal caller ended up anywhere other than with UCLA right now.