Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas four-star defensive end Joey Bosa spent the last week on the road. The Rivals100 prospect began by traveling to Gainesville for Florida's spring game. He followed that trip up by making his way to Big Ten country and checking out Wisconsin, Ohio State, and Michigan.
Upon returning to the Sunshine State, Bosa shared a bit about each stop.
First up for the 6-foot-5, 260-pound defensive lineman was the short trip to the annual spring game for the Gators.
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"It was good," Bosa said.
Bosa then departed early in the week to make his way to Wisconsin. He enjoyed his time around Bret Bielema's program.
"The people are great there," Bosa said. "They are genuinely good people and Madison is an awesome town."
The next stop for Bosa was Columbus, Ohio, where he checked out Urban Meyer's Buckeyes.
"Everything (stood out)," Bosa said. "I loved it there."
The tour concluded with a stop at Michigan. Bosa said it was tough coming off the heels of arguably his best visit yet but that one member of Brady Hoke's staff really made him feel welcomed to Ann Arbor.
"It was hard to top Ohio State after coming from there," Bosa said. "But Coach (Greg) Mattison is awesome."
Entering the visits, Bosa had a top four of Alabama, Florida, Ohio State, and Wisconsin. At the conclusion of the visits, that list has been shaken up drastically. Bosa now claims a current top four of Alabama, Florida State, Michigan, and Ohio State - in no order. He says he will continue to evaluate all options.
The South Florida prospect isn't quite prepared to take the next step and make his decision.
"No decision date," Bosa said. "Probably summer."
Bosa said he doesn't have any visit plans made at this time. He will now turn his focus to spring football at St. Thomas Aquinas.