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Nick Bosa Reveals If He's Made Up His Mind On 2019 NFL Draft

Nick Bosa celebrates a sack during game against Michigan.

COLUMBUS, OH - NOVEMBER 26: Nick Bosa #97 of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrates a sack against the Michigan Wolverines at Ohio Stadium on November 26, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

In all likelihood, this will be Nick Bosa's final year at Ohio State. Like his brother before him, Bosa has quickly developed into one of the college game's most dominant pass rushers.

Earlier this year, it sounded like Bosa's mind was already officially made up. During a media session back in January, he accidentally let a reference to his "last year" in Columbus slip when discussing the upcoming season.

He caught himself, and amended his statement to "possibly my last year." Of course, we all have a good idea of where his head's at.

Athlon Sports asked Nick Bosa about his future in a recent interview.

Bosa, who appears on the cover of one of Athlon's college football preview magazines, directly mentioned the slip up.

From the Q&A:

You were out here for interviews one day and kind of slipped and said it was going to be your last year. Is it going to be your last year? Is that cast in stone?

No, it's definitely not cast in stone. I'm just going to play this year and see what happens.

And that is what he probably needs to say. However, drama is going to be minimal come January.

ESPN is already predicting Bosa to "dominate" the 2019 NFL Draft combine. He's near the top of Mel Kiper's Big Board. Add in his strong first two seasons at Ohio State, and his brother's fast start as an NFL star, and Bosa has everything going for him as a potential early first round pick.