Even the most critical college football fan can’t argue with the fact that the Ohio State football program churns out a ton of NFL players.
Going even further, unless it’s just spouting off nonsense, even SEC fans would have to agree that some of those players ,
have turned out to be some of the top performers at the highest level of the game.
So much so that former Buckeyes have won numerous awards in the NFL including instances of being rushing leaders,
receiving leaders, rookie recognitions, and more.
The latest comes by way of two players that got their career training in Columbus that have been named finalists for two AP NFL awards.
The 49ers’ Nick Bosa is up for one of the most coveted awards handed out yearly,
as the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year along with Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones,
and Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons.
Bosa is the odds-on favorite to take the award home as the league’s sack leader, but it’s not official until — well … it’s official.