Joey Bosa has been shooting up draft boards as we approach the NFL Combine next week. Some draft experts have him as the top pick and it’s all but certain the former Buckeye defensive end will go in the top ten.

Last week Urban Meyer was interviewed about his latest signing class on the Fox Sports Podcast. He was asked about Bosa and Meyer couldn’t help but gush over how great a player he is and implied he might be the best player he’s ever coached.

“I’ve been lucky to coach Alex Smith, who was the No. 1 pick, Tebow, Zeke (Ezekiel Elliott), the Pounceys, all these great players. It’s hard for me not to say Joey is not the best I’ve ever coached or been around. He had the unique combination of just incredible power and strength and speed, but also, I call it getting skinny. He was able to turn sideways, and the offensive line had such a hard time blocking him.”

Bosa was part of the Ohio State National Championship team in 2015 and is a two time first team All-Big Ten and a finalist for the Lombardi Award last year. He will have an opportunity to solidify himself as one of the top prospects in the NFL Draft at the Combine. If he has a good showing maybe he can convince the Titans to pick him #1 overall.