While Chase Young gets ready for his second NFL season, Urban Meyer, his former coach at Ohio State, will be preparing for his first.
It was announced that Meyer agreed to a contract Thursday night with the Jacksonville Jaguars to become the team's new head coach.
Young joined Kevin Sheehan Friday morning to recap his first season in the league, and the presumptive-favorite for Defensive Rookie of the Year has no doubt that Meyer can succeed at the game's highest level.
“I thought about it the other day, I don’t know how he does it," Young said. "It’s like everybody he’s coached is doing good at the next level, so I know in the league it’s not gonna change.”
Meyer won three national championships at the college level, two at the University of Florida, and one at Ohio State.
The Jaguars have a bounty of draft capital for April including the prized No. 1 overall draft slot, as well as a ton of cap space and young players on reasonable contracts.
Young's first season in the National Football League came to an end in Washington's Wild-Card loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the District of Columbia is ready for the rookie phenom to get rolling in year No. 2 when next season starts up.
Listen at the 16:40 mark below.