In an effort to identify players who are best at creating memorable Twitter content, we turned to Husker Radio’s Twitter analytics.
The data shows that quarterbacks and wide receivers have the best success at tweeting about themselves, while running backs and tight ends have the worst.
It also shows that there are a few players who have become famous in their respective fields.
Here are the 10 players who were mentioned the most by the Twitterati over the past year:Josh Rosen: 10 tweets for Rosen.
(7.6k followers, 2,936 likes)The Washington Huskies quarterback tweeted in January that he had his first “good luck” on the field as a pro.
He has a long history of tweeting about himself.
He also recently tweeted about how he was a big fan of his favorite sports team.
“We all love to cheer on the Huskies,” he wrote.
“It’s always been a great team and great people.
I’m so happy that I have been able to watch Husky football on TV since I was a kid.
I have no doubt Husky fans will be cheering for me as a fan of Husky Football as long as I am able to play football.”
The Huskies are currently on a bye week.
They are expected to play in the Cotton Bowl on Feb. 1.