2. Nick Bosa, Defensive End, Ohio State
By now, all football fans should be familiar with the Bosa name. Nick Bosa’s older brother, Joey Bosa, also played at Ohio State and was drafted third overall in 2016 by the San Diego Chargers. And the scary part is Nick Bosa has the opportunity to be just as good, if not better than his older brother.
He tore up the Big Ten last year, racking up 34 total tackles and 8.5 sacks which was good for second-most in his conference. Oh, and he also registered a nice 16 tackles for loss.
All of those numbers built on his solid freshman campaign the year before and he should continue that growth into what’s most likely going to be his third and final year at Ohio State.
Whoever ends up getting Bosa is getting a player who can change the game from the pass-rushing position. That’s a huge asset to have in the pass-heavy days of the NFL.