No leaders yet for 4-star DE Bosa

Class of 2016 four-star defensive end Nick Bosaof Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas doesn't have any leaders or a top five at this point because he said it's too early in the process to begin declaring favorites.
"I'm not really leaning toward anywhere right now because I haven't really gotten to see many schools," the 6-foot-4, 255-pound Bosa said. "So I can't really decide."
One school that Bosa has been to plenty of times is Ohio State because his older brother, Joey Bosa plays there. However, there's no guarantee Joey will be still be a Buckeye by the time Nick is ready for college.
Whether or not Joey's still at Ohio State will be a deciding factor in choosing there.
"It depends if he leaves after three years or stays for a fourth," Bosa said. "That will be pretty important in my decision making."
Bosa said there are a handful of schools he still wants to see, naming Wisconsin, Florida State and Florida. Of those schools, he's only been to Wisconsin, and that was on a trip with Joey.
"I want to see Wisconsin again," Bosa said. "I visited there with my brother and I know they have some new facilities coming in. The school is cool and the new head coach is a really good guy so I want to meet him."
He also wants to see Florida.
"I don't have a reason, I just want to take a visit," he said. "It's a home state school."
Another in-state school is Florida State.
"They're extremely good," he said. I don't know why, but I've always liked them for some reason. They're my favorite Florida team."
Bosa's plan is to spend next offseason visiting schools, then making a decision before the start of his senior season.
"I want to decide next year in the summer time," he said.
Adam Krohn is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for You can click here to follow him on Twitter.