Brock Roseman
Class of 2024

I am set on a college where I can run track and play football. A college where I can impact the team and program as a whole through my dedication to hard work, leadership, personal growth and improvement, and being a leader, as well as a role model throughout the community.


5'8" 4.2 GPA

170 lbs.

  • Class of 2024
  • Pueblo County High School
  • Colorado
  • 04/22/2006

40: 4.72

Wingspan: 70"

Hand Size: 8.5"

Bench: 225

  • 185 reps: 6

Squat: 335

Trap Bar Deadlift: 425

Clean: 245

2022 Junior Season

(First Starting Varsity Season)

Class 3A Varsity

Academic All State First Team

2nd Year Letterman (lettered on special teams sophomore season)

8 Games Played

3 Tackles

1 Pass Breakup

13 Receptions

164 All Purpose Yards

1 Kick Return Touchdown

NCAA ID 2302776424
3 Sport Varsity Athlete




3 Year Letterman

100: 12.57

200: 25.05

400: 55.41

4x1: 46.55

4x2: 1:35.87

4x4: 3:40:18

Shot Put: 34'4"

Junior Year Varsity Stats

1.9 ppg

0.8 rpg

0.5 apg

19 games played

30 percent 3 point

Game high- 17 points

Class 5a Varsity Letterman

Academic All State First Team


About Me

Growing up I played four sports, my favorite being football. Sports have always been very competitive and taken serious in our town, so my love for the game has grown since childhood. My mom and dad coached my youth teams, with my dad coaching flag football until 8th grade when I started tackle football. Ever since I was young I have always been very competitive and driven to win every rep and every game. Sports have taught me many lessons including how to be a part of a team whether we were winning or losing, how to push through adversity, as well as how to be a leader. Most of all, I use these lessons to strive to perform at the highest level, which has pushed me to better myself on and off the field.

Some of my hobbies include training to be a better athlete in my sports, educating myself on topics that interest me, hanging out with friends, drawing, traveling, and fishing.

My aspiration is to become a physical therapist and open my own gym in order to train and help rehabilitate athletes to perform at their max potential.

Outside of Sports

Outside of sports I strive to be a leader and role model throughout the community, all while bettering myself. I feel that it is equally important to be a leader off the field and in my community just as it is to be a leader on the field.

My junior year I was voted to head coach the girl's powderpuff team at my school.

I was able to help coach my brothers basketball team.

I have had multiple opportunities to read to elementary schools and talk about the importance of mental and physical health.

Having a little brother motivates me to set the best example possible.

Throughout high school I have helped coach kid camps and be part of community rallies.