Ohio State defensive end Chase Young called himself the best player in the draft. He is not alone in that assessment.
Young, though, isn’t likely to go first overall.
The Bengals are expected to draft LSU quarterback Joe Burrow, who began his career at Ohio State. Washington drafts second, and while odds still are good the team drafts Young, new coach Ron Rivera revealed Washington will meet with Burrow and Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.
“I’m not really worried about who might draft me,” Young said Thursday morning when asked about Washington’s quarterback meetings. “I feel like it’s all in God’s hands, and wherever I go, I go.”
Young grew up in Maryland watching Washington games, though he stops short of calling himself a fan of the team.