Joey Bosa – DE – Ohio State
Amidst rumors that Bosa isn’t the sure-fire top pick so many thought he was, there is the chance Bosa falls to the Bucs at number nine. Bosa, a Ft. Lauderdale native, is a two-time All American, two-time First Team All-Big Ten, two-time Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year, Nagurskit-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year, and a National Champion.
Not too shabby.
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In his time at Ohio State, Bosa tallied 50.5 tackles for loss, 26 sacks, 24 quarterback hits, five forced fumbles, and 150 total tackles. He was disruptive and teams had to game plan around where number 97 would be at all times. And it still didn’t work.
Now, there have been some concerns about Bosa’s ability to take his game to the next level, explained very well here, and that is why we’ve seen his stock begin to slip and make him a viable option at ninth overall. Now, he is the most unlikely candidate to be available of the players on this list, but if he gets past the Cowboys…
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