The only question is how significant those problems are.
You can’t live in such close quarters with another human being and not have occasional tension. Not in a dorm room, not in a marriage, and not at work. There is no such thing as perfect harmony in a human relationship.
I can think of two instances in the last three years where a freshman athlete genuinely needed to switch roommates. I can think of many more instances where the athlete just needed to learn to work through the tension of having a roommate.
Much more important than who your future roommate is — what sort of attitude will you bring to the inevitable difficulties of having a roommate in the first place?