Indeed, Johnson was at Penn State for the entirety of Hali's college career at PSU. Like Bosa, Hali emerged as one of the top pass rushers in the Big Ten and went on to be drafted No. 20 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2006. The pick proved to be a good one, as Hali has amassed 86 career sacks over 10 seasons.
One key difference between their college careers? Hali didn't make much of an impact until his final year with the Nittany Lions, 2005, when he amassed 17 tackles for loss and 11 sacks to garner a first-round grade from the Chiefs. Bosa, by contrast, as been a dominant figure in the Big Ten since his freshman year in 2013.
But while Hali was a late bloomer in college, he's been remarkably consistent at the pro level, with six sacks or more in nine of his 10 pro seasons. Bosa would do well to incorporate Hali's durability, as well.