Why doesn't the SQL Server JDBC Connector support ROWVERSION datatype for timestamp mode?

I’m wondering whether someone can explain why the only datatype that is supported for the timestamp column is DATETIME2? I was hoping that the SQL Server JDBC Connector would support ROWVERSION as the timestamp column since this can be managed directly from the database rather than having logic update a separate column when changes are made.

Is it because the Connector only keeps a single value for all tables configured within in Connector properties? If so, is it possible to keep a separate offset value for each table?