Nick Bosa
Nick  Bosa


Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

High School:
St. Thomas Aquinas

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 270



11 Buckeyes Graduate; 34 Named Academic All-Big Ten

Ohio State will suit up 14 college graduates for the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic


2017 Ohio State Football All-American Tracker

Stay up to date on the Buckeyes as All-American lists are released


Nick Bosa Joins Price, Ward on AFCA All-America Team

Three first-team All-Americans in 2017; Seventh consecutive year with multiple All-Americans


Nine First-Team Associated Press All-Americans Last Five Years

Award winning center Billy Price and CB Denzel Ward honored by AP this year; Nick Bosa 2nd team


Billy Price and Denzel Ward First Team All-Americans

Nick Bosa earns Walter Camp second team honors


No. 8 Ohio State vs. Army

For the first time, the Buckeyes host the Black Knights at Ohio Stadium


No. 2 Ohio State at Indiana

The Buckeyes open up the 2017 campaign in Bloomington with a Big Ten clash with the Hoosiers.


PlayStation Fiesta Bowl: No. 3 Ohio State vs. No. 2 Clemson

Ohio State meets Clemson in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl/College Football Playoff Semifinal


No. 6 Ohio State vs. No. 10 Nebraska

The Buckeyes welcome the Cornhuskers to Ohio Stadium for a Top-10 Showdown.


No. 2 Ohio State vs. Rutgers

Scenes from the Buckeyes' Big Ten opener against the Scarlet Knights.

Overview: Nick Bosa is one of four defensive ends of the Ohio State roster who have starter-like skills and stats, and one can expect him to be even better in 2017 after a season and 13 games played in the Ohio State system behind him ... already has 5.0 quarterback sacks among his 7.0 tackles-for-loss and 29 career tackles ... earned OSU Scholar-Athlete status as a freshman and is majoring in communications.

Notable: Bosa moved to defensive tackle at times during games during his initial season when Ohio State utilized all four of its talented defensive ends in obvious passing downs ... he was one of four OSU freshman to garner freshman All-American status last year (Dre'mont Jones, Michael Jordan and Mike Weber were the others).

Honors & Awards
2016: Freshman All-American (ESPN), OSU Scholar-Athlete

2016 Season (Freshman): Bosa played in all 13 games and earned 332 snaps along a talented defensive line ... he was second on the team in quarterback sacks with 5.0 while contributing 29 tackles and three quarterback pressures ... had sacks against Bowling Green, Rutgers, Wisconsin, Penn State and Michigan ... had a personal-best four tackles three times, including in the College Football Playoff semifinals vs Clemson ... had four solo stops - another personal best - against Rutgers.

More on Nick: Nick Bosa was a consensus 5-star prospect nationally by ESPN, Rivals, 247Sports and Scout, and one of the Top 10 overall prospects in this recruiting class with ESPN ranking him No. 3 on its 300, Scout ranking him No. 5 and 247Sports No. 8 … the No. 6 player overall by Prepstar and a member of its Dream Team … also a near-unanimous No. 1 defensive end prospect with ESPN, Scout and 247Sports ranking him No. 1, and Rivals has him No. 2 at the strong side end position … Bosa was first-team 7A all-state as a sophomore and junior and certainly would have been as a senior had he not been injured in game No. 8 and missed the rest of the season … a four-year starter for Aquinas teams that won 7A state championships in 2012 and 2014 under Rocco Casullo and in 2015 under Roger Harriott … recorded 56 tackles, 29.5 tackles-for-loss and five quarterback sacks as a junior in 2014 and had 21, 13.5 and five, respectively, before his injury in 2015 … an Under Armour All-American … is the brother of Ohio State’s two-time consensus All-American and two-time Big Ten defensive lineman of the year Joey Bosa, the third overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft by San Diego …. parents are Cheryl and John Bosa … father was a first-round NFL Draft pick out of Boston College in 1987 by the Miami Dolphins and played three years in the league … uncle, Erik Kumerow, was Ohio State captain in 1987, a two-time all-Big Ten performer and a 1988 NFL first-round draft pick.