No. 1 Ohio State recruit out for season with significant knee injury
Ohio State’s prized 2016 recruit will not be playing any more football this fall.
Nick Bosa, the little brother of Ohio State All-American Joey Bosa, suffered a significant knee injury last Friday and will miss the remainder of St. Thomas Aquinas’ season.
According to the Sun Sentinel, the severity of the injury wasn’t disclosed yet, but it was enough to rule him out for the playoffs. It hasn’t been determined whether or not he’ll need surgery, but St. Thomas Aquinas High athletic director George Smith told the Sun Sentinel that Bosa is expected to make a full recovery following treatment.
Bosa is the Buckeyes’ top recruit in its No. 1 class of 2016. He’s the top defensive lineman recruit in the country and is the No. 6 overall player in the 2016 class. The senior defensive end has 13.5 tackles for loss and five sacks this season.
He also has no desire for people to flood his Twitter mentions.
I hate sympathy
— Nick Bosa (@nbsmallerbear) November 2, 2015