After outstanding 2017 campaigns, Nick Bosa and Billy Price continue to pick up postseason honors.
Price was named as a first-team Walter Camp All-American, while Bosa was named to the second team, picking up honors to go along with their rapidly filling trophy cases.
Following the end of the regular season, Bosa was named the Big Ten's Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year after he finished the regular season with six sacks, 12.5 tackles for loss and six quarterback hurries. In the 2017 Big Ten Championship Game against Wisconsin, Bosa added a sack and two tackles for loss as the Buckeyes took the conference crown, 27-21.
Price, who also won the Rimington Trophy on Thursday night, also collected a Big Ten award at the conclusion of the regular season when he was named the Rimington-Pace Offensive Lineman of the Year. A four-year starter along the Ohio State offensive line, Price was named an All-American last year for his play at right guard before bumping inside to center this year, taking over for 2016 Rimington Trophy winner Pat Elflein.
Bosa and Price were also both named first-team All-Big Ten honorees by the Associated Press on Monday.