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Early life and High school career Rosser was born in Olongapo City, where his father James Rosser and mother Gina Ganuelas met. James is a retired U.S. Navy who was stationed in Subic Bay for many years. But the Mt. Pinatubo eruption in 1991 forced the Rossers to move to San Diego when Matt was just two years old. When he was six, he started to love the sport of basketball. When he went to middle school, his potential slowly began to show. He played four years of high school basketball in Temecula Valley High School where he was the tallest player on the team. Scouts from various Division I colleges started to notice him. But a knee injury sidelined him in his senior year where he missed 15 games. Despite of the injury, he averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds per game. College career Rosser played for California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Broncos from 2008 to 2012. During his four years at Cal Poly Pomona, he finished seventh all-time in games played and helped the Broncos capture the 2010 NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Championship. Professional career In August 24, 2014, Rosser was picked by the NLEX Road Warriors in the 2014 PBA draft as their 4th overall pick. On September 22, 2014, Rosser was sent from NLEX to Talk 'N Text which is a part of a series of trades between Talk 'N Text, GlobalPort, and NLEX Road Warriors. International career Rosser is part of the Smart Gilas team that brought home the gold during the 2012 William Jones Cup. During the 2012 William Jones Cup, Rosser played in 3 out of the 8 games, averaging 9.6 MPG, 2.67 PPG and 1.67 RPG. He was also part of the Sinag Pilipinas team that won the gold medal in the 2013 SEA Games in Myanmar. After his rookie season in the PBA, he was named to the 16-man Gilas Pilipinas 3.0 pool and saw action in both the Estonia pocket tournament and in the 2015 William Jones Cup. After a successful stint in the Jones Cup, he was named to the 12-man Gilas Pilipinas roster that competed in the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship in Changsha and won the silver medal. Personal life Rosser has two younger brothers, Brandon and Jason, and has a degree of Business Management. He enjoys watching movies, listening to music and eating in his free time.