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College Football Player Goes Back For His 8th Year, Enrolled At NC State

MOBILE, ALABAMA - DECEMBER 17: Bradley Rozner #2 of the Rice Owls catches the ball for a touchdown during the second half of the LendingTree Bowl against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles at Hancock Whitney Stadium on December 17, 2022 in Mobile, Alabama. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)

Bradley Rozner is a college football player who has grown to have a deep connection with the college experience. In his eighth year in college, he decided to transfer from Rice University to NC State. In some sick twisted way, he is still younger than Stetson Bennet.

Rozner initially spent three seasons playing football at a junior college before transferring to Rice University. During his time at Rice, he amassed an impressive 770 yards and earning an additional year of eligibility. Unfortunately, that extra year coincided with the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to him sitting out without affecting his college standing.

In 2022, Bradley Rozner sustained a season-ending injury during the first game, causing him to miss the remainder of the year. He made a triumphant return to the Rice Owls last year, where he showcased his abilities by catching 44 receptions for 876 yards and securing 10 touchdowns.

I respect this guy more than anyone else. I am a senior in college right now and I wish I graduated last year. I can’t even imagine doing college for another 4 years after this. Along with playing D1 football, no way. Props to you Bradley.

We also need to discuss the fact that there is a slight chance he could be getting drafted into the NFL at age 26. He is probably older than half the guys on the roster at that point even though he’d be a rookie. Either way, this is a good reminder not to give your buddy sh*t for taking a 5th year.

Written by TFM Stelly

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