Josh Rosen made headlines on Tuesday morning.
"Look, football and school don't go together. They just don't," the UCLA quarterback told Bleacher Report. "Trying to do both is like trying to do two full-time jobs. There are guys who have no business being in school, but they're here because this is the path to the NFL. There's no other way.
"Then there's the other side that says raise the SAT eligibility requirements. OK, raise the SAT requirement at Alabama and see what kind of team they have. You lose athletes and then the product on the field suffers."
On Tuesday afternoon, 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk offered his thoughts:
Couldn't disagree more, Josh. School combined with football teaches you time management; a skill that will get you far in all facets of life pic.twitter.com/8ietxLs93L— Kyle Juszczyk (@JuiceCheck44) August 8, 2017
"Human beings don't belong in school with our schedules," Rosen added. "No one in their right mind should have a football player's schedule, and go to school. It's not that some players shouldn't be in school; it's just that universities should help them more—instead of just finding ways to keep them eligible.
"Any time any player puts into school will take away from the time they could put into football. They don't realize that they're getting screwed until it's too late. You have a bunch of people at the universities who are supposed to help you out, and they're more interested in helping you stay eligible.
"At some point, universities have to do more to prepare players for university life and help them succeed beyond football. There's so much money being made in this sport. It's a crime to not do everything you can to help the people who are making it for those who are spending it."
Juszczyk is a Harvard graduate.