GREENE'S THOUGHTS ON BOSA: I saw Nick Bosa for the first time when he was a freshman in high school. He was in Orlando in January to see older brother Joey play in the Under Armour All-America Bowl. Without having seen him play a down of football, there was no doubt in my mind that this kid was going to be as talented as Joey. Then I saw the film of him as a 15-year old playing for St, Thomas Aquinas, and I thought he would be the number-one high school player in the country as a senior. And he just might be. I expect Nick to challenge for playing time next season, regardless of the fact that Ohio State returns Sam Hubbard, Tyquan Lewis and Jaylin Holmes. Nick Bosa is good enough to compete with those three for regular playing time. He has everything he needs to be a superstar for Ohio State.
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