Pair of 49ers players part of St. Thomas Aquinas' remarkable tradition

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Pair of 49ers players part of St. Thomas Aquinas' remarkable tradition
Pair of 49ers players part of St. Thomas Aquinas' remarkable tradition

SANTA CLARA — The learning curve is still steep, but 49ers rookie defensive end Nick Bosa feels playing at an elite program like Ohio State will help with the transition into the NFL. There's also no question in Bosa's mind that attending St. Thomas Aquinas High School helped get him ready for the NCAA. “It was great. It prepared me for my future, and I built some really good relationships,” Bosa said of the Fort Lauderdale, Fla. school. “They just prepare you. It's like a college program.” Bosa, recovering from an ankle sprain, is one of more than a dozen NFL players right now who are alumni of St. Thomas, which comes to Concord to play Northern California's top-ranked team, De La Salle, on

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