After suffering a season-ending injury in September, Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa decided to depart from the Buckeyes football team and focus his attention on the NFL.

On Friday, the star defensive end was able to meet up and reconnect with some of his former teammates just a few days before the Buckeyes take on Washington in the Rose Bowl. It seemed like a pretty happy reunion.

Bosa suffered a season-ending injury in Ohio State’s matchup against TCU, just the third game of the year. With the recovery expected to take some time, Bosa opted to shut down his college career early and set his sights on the NFL.

In three games, Bosa had six tackles for loss and four sacks. In his career in Columbus, the defensive end totaled 77 tackles, 27 tackles for loss and 17.5 sacks.

Bosa is expected to be a high first-round draft pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.