On a day littered with disappointing news about top 2019 NFL draft prospects who won’t compete at the NFL Combine because of injuries, the favorite for the first overall pick, Nick Bosa, has been deemed ready to do it all by his father, John.
In case you missed it, Florida OT Jawaan Taylor was advised not to participate in drills while he recovers from a hamstring injury and Alabama RB Josh Jacobs will be limited with a bum groin.
Bosa, who missed most of the 2018 college football season with a core muscle injury, will headline the group of participants.
“He’s 100%, has been for, I’d say, about eight weeks, as far as really getting over any tiny discomfort,” Bosa’s father said Monday afternoon via Sports Illustrated. “He’s been training full go for close to eight weeks. And he’s ready to do it all at the combine.”
The NFL Combine is always more fun when the top prospects compete, and no player will receive as much attention as Bosa.
“He’s gonna do it all,” Bosa’s father said. “He’s anxious to show his full recovery, and then his performance along with interviews and the medical side of it, which is the most important part of it for him. He’s looking forward to it; he’s looking forward to getting checked out because he knows he’s in perfect shape. And then the testing will be interesting to watch.”