There’s a reason former Ohio State star Nick Bosa withdrew from school after suffering a core muscle injury this past season. His eyes were set on the 2019 NFL Draft and the events that come before it.
It’s in this that we shoudn’t be surprised that the potential No. 1 overall pick will be good to go for the league’s scouting combine in Indianapolis later this week.
NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport noted that the edge rusher will be able to participate in all the drills in Indianapolis. The report also noted that Bosa would’ve been able to go if the annual event were held last month.
Bosa played just three games as a junior for the Buckeyes last season after suffering the above-mentioned injury. After undergoing surgery, the draft’s best defensive player decided to call it quits on his college career.
Bosa is expected to be either the No. 1 or No. 2 overall pick to the Arizona Cardinals or San Francisco 49ers, respectively.