Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas four-star defensive end Joey Bosa holds more than a dozen offers at this time. According to his head coach, Rocco Casullo, the goal is to narrow things down and take the necessary visits to make a decision in the coming months.
"The goal is to get it down to five schools and just focus on those," Casullo said. "We are working towards that right now."
At this point in the process, Casullo says that four schools stand out to the 6-foot-5, 260-pound defensive lineman.
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"I would say Alabama is at the top, and then after that would be in no particular order, all even, Ohio State, Wisconsin, and Florida," Casullo said. "We have to come up with a fifth one."
This coming weekend, the Rivals100 defensive end will visit a pair of in-state schools.
"He is going to Florida and Florida State's junior day this weekend," Casullo said.
As for checking out other schools, Casullo did not know of any specific plans at this time. Bosa visited Wisconsin this past season for a game. He also camped at Alabama and Florida State during the summer.
Bosa holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Boston College, Florida, Floria State, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio state, Ole Miss, South Florida, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Schools such as Michigan State and Texas are also expressing interest in him.
During his junior season, Bosa had 52 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, and eight sacks.