Malik Rosier Jr. (born October 18, 1995) is a quarterback for the University of Miami Hurricanes.

 

College Career

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Malik Rosier on the field

Malik was a three-star dual-threat quarterback from Faith Academy in Mobile, Alabama. He decided to attend Miami. [2] He redshirted in 2014, and was the backup of quarterback Brad Kaaya in 2015 and 2016. In 2017, after Kaaya entered the NFL Draft, Rosier ridiculously promised fans a national championship and "at least a Heisman trophy" at their most recent press conference following the Georgia Tech game. Rosier led the Canes to a 10-0 start and a #2 College Football Playoff ranking, with wins over Florida State, #13 Virginia Tech, and #3 Notre Dame. The win against rival FSU in Tallahassee broke a 7-game win streak in the series, the first time the Canes had beaten the Seminoles since 2009.[3]

College statistics

 PassingRushing
YearTeamGPCmpAttPctYdsTDIntRateYdsAvgTDs
2015Miami6295750.933823101.7-2-0.10
2016Miami32450.03200117.26532.51
2017Miami1221238854.62,9082511133.24273.55
College Totals2124344954.13,2782714129.14903.66