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Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas defensive end Joey Bosa recently completed a Midwest trip that saw him visit Wisconsin, Ohio State and Michigan this past week. The five-star prospect has indicated he will make his decision prior to his senior season.

One of the nations top prospects is Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas defensive end Joey Bosa, and the five-star recruit recently completed a swing of three Midwest schools.

Bosa, 6-foot-5, 260-pounds, visited Wisconsin, Ohio State and Michigan in the past week. Regarding the Buckeyes, Bosa stated, "I loved it. Gave me a feeling like no other school I've been to."

Unfortunately, there was an incorrect report earlier this evening that Bosa had eliminated both Florida and Wisconsin, which the player denied via Twitter.

"All those rumors and articles about those schools being out of the hunt are NOT true," Bosa stated.

A source close to the process told Scout.com tonight that indeed Bosa has not eliminated either Florida or Wisconsin. The source added that Michigan, Ohio State and Alabama are all three high on Bosa's list, with the Wolverines now making it a top-six favorite list, along with Florida State.

Earlier this week, Bosa discussed a time-frame for making his decision.

"I'm probably going to be making my decision before my senior year," he noted.

Bosa, who carries a 3.45 GPA at St. Thomas Aquinas, is currently listed as the number-two ranked defensive end in the country.


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