Ohio State football has players get drafted into the NFL every year.
Here's who has been drafted so far.
Bosa had 17 ½ sacks and 29 tackles for loss in 30 games with the Buckeyes. He played in only three games as a junior before suffering a core muscle injury that required surgery. Although there was speculation Bosa would return, he announced in mid-October that he would be concentrating on the draft.
Prior to getting hurt, Bosa had four sacks, 14 tackles, six tackles for losses and a forced fumble and was in the early Heisman Trophy conversations.
That came on the heels of his spectacular sophomore campaign when Bosa had eight sacks, 15 tackles for loss and was the Big Ten defensive lineman of the year despite starting only four of the 14 games he played.
The 49ers are hoping Bosa can upgrade a deficient pass rush.
San Francisco was 23rd in the NFL with 36 sacks in 2018.
Washington showed that patience is, indeed a virtue, and got Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins.
Haskins, at one point regarded as the top quarterback in this crop, might not be an immediate starter for the Redskins, who acquired Case Keenum in the offseason with starter Alex Smith and backup Colt McCoy both coming off broken legs.
But Washington had targeted Haskins, stayed put instead of trading up, and got him.