Nick Bosa won't be alone on April 25.
Larry Johnson will attend the 2019 NFL Draft to watch Bosa become a professional, the NFL announced on Monday.
Of the 10 college football coaches confirmed to be attending the draft in Nashville, Johnson is the only assistant coach.
Johnson and the Bosa family have a remarkably strong relationship. He also attended the 2016 NFL Draft when Joey Bosa was selected third overall by the San Diego Chargers.
Bosa is widely projected as a top-three pick in the draft. He will be the only Buckeye in attendance. Dwayne Haskins opted to have a private celebration with family and friends.
The nine head coaches who, as of Friday, will be attending, include Dabo Swinney (Clemson), Willie Taggart (Florida State), Mark Stoops (Kentucky), Nick Saban (Alabama), Lincoln Riley (Oklahoma), Ed Orgeron (LSU), Joe Moorhead (Mississippi State), Matt Luke (Mississippi) and David Cutcliffe (Duke).