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Nick Bosa not working out at Ohio State Pro Day

Nick Bosa

Nick Bosa has made it clear that he’s not going to be working out at Ohio State Pro Day, in yet another bit of interesting news from the draft.

According to NBC Sports, Bosa is choosing to stand on his previous laurels and refuses to work out on the Pro Day. This was confirmed by Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated, who took to his Twitter to share as much.

While at the NFL Combine, Nick Bosa ran a 4.79 40-yard dash, third-best among defensive lineman. He also recorded 29 bench-press reps and 33.5-inch vertical. Bosa also had the third-fastest three-cone drill, completing it in 7.1 seconds.

Expected by many to be one of the first few players taken in the draft, Bosa’s season was cut short due to an injury suffered against TCU on Sept. 15. Bosa decided to withdraw from Ohio State on Oct. 16, leaving with six tackles-for-loss and four sacks during the 2018 season.

Bosa was one of 10 Ohio State players that participated in the NFL Combine, joining offensive linemen Michael Jordan and Isaiah Prince, running back Mike Weber, wide receivers Terry McLaurin, Parris Campbell and Johnnie Dixon, quarterback Dwayne Haskins, defensive lineman Dre’Mont Jones and cornerback Kendall Sheffield.

All are expected to participate in Ohio State’s pro day.

The defensive end played college football at Ohio State, interestingly enough. He’s also a football legacy: his brother, Joey Bosa, also played college football at Ohio State from 2013 to 2015, and plays in the NFL for the Los Angeles Chargers and was the third overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.