ONN – Nick Bosa of Ohio State was the top rated college player for the 2019 NFL Draft before the 2019 NFL Combine. That Bosa could obtain such a ranking even though he was injured most of the year is wild.
Nick Bosa only played three games to start the 2018 Ohio State Football Season, and then he said he was going to take the season off to get surgery on his core muscles – in other words, he had a “sports hernia”.
And while athletes commonly recover from such an injury and perform well, as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell did in 2017, in Bosa’s case, he also had ACL tear in high school. With the question out there being one of durability, why would he remain as the 2019 NFL Draft Number One Pick, when Bosa has the look of “will get injured again” written on his resume? What’s wrong with Bosa falling to, say, the San Francisco 49ers at Pick Two, or the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Pick Five?
So, it’s for that reason, combined with the completely incredible performances turned in by a number of defensive players at the 2019 NFL Combine, this blogger wrote that Nick Bosa was the biggest loser. He had no where to go but down, and did.
Mississippi State Bulldogs’ Defensive End Montez Sweat’s the new Nick Bosa…
— Titans Homer (@smorton101368) March 3, 2019
And he just may be joined by Alabama DT Quinnen Williams.
Alabama DT Quinnen Williams put up impressive numbers at the NFL Combine and may just challenge Nick Bosa for first defensive player off the board https://t.co/C3L6AQDzna
— SI College Football (@si_ncaafb) March 4, 2019
With that, plus Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray reportedly being fitted for an Arizona Cardinals red coat, already…
— NBCSAuthentic (@NBCSAuthentic) March 4, 2019
Nick Bosa’s just not the locked in number one pick, even if he threatens Arizona, saying they would be making a “big mistake” passing on him. Let’s just hope Bosa’s racially tinged tweets aren’t a thing…
Nick should relax and enjoy the ride. Both he and his brother Joey are going to make their parents really happy this year, anyway.
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