Former Ohio State defensive end ​Nick Bosa has some dinner plans after Ohio State's Pro Day on Wednesday.


Per NFL reporter Albert Breer, Bosa is meeting with the San Francisco 49ers brass after the Buckeyes Pro Day (which he won't be participating in), choosing to let his strong combine performance do the talking.

The Niners have the No. 2 overall pick in the draft and it's long been rumored that they could take Bosa to fill their pass rushing needs.


After only playing three games for Ohio State in 2018, Bosa looked great in Indy, posting the third-fastest 40-time among D-lineman (4.79), 29 reps on the bench press, and the fastest shuttle time in his position group.

​San Francisco will be hoping Bosa can have the same impact as his brother Joey if they choose to take him at the top of their draft board. Bosa made an immediate impact on the Chargers' pass rush and is one of the brightest young stars in the league.


Nick had a great showing as a sophomore for the Buckeyes en route to being named Big Ten defensive lineman of the year in 2017. Bosa registered 8.5 sacks and 16 tackles for loss for Ohio State, wreaking havoc in opposing backfields.