The Washington Redskins possess the No. 2 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and most people believe they will select Chase Young out of Ohio State. While speaking to the media on Thursday, the defensive end dismissed the quarterback rumors swirling around the Redskins.

“I’m not really worried about who might draft me,” Young said Thursday morning, via ProFootballTalk, when asked about Washington’s quarterback meetings. “I feel like it’s all in God’s hands, and wherever I go, I go.”

On Wednesday, it was reported that the Redskins were bringing in some of the top quarterbacks in this year’s class in for visits. Even though they likely won’t select Joe Burrow or Tua Tagovailoa, it’s worth doing their due diligence on them.

Young, who is from Upper Marlboro, Maryland, has always watched the Redskins while he was growing up. The dominant edge rusher lived nearly 40 minutes away from the nation’s capital and found himself rooting for his hometown team.

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“I always watched the Redskins, hometown team, just because growing up being around the Redskins,” Young said.

Similar to most scouts, Young believes that he is the best player available in this year’s draft. Therefore, he isn’t overly concerned with what team ends up selecting him in the first round.

“I definitely think I’m the best player in the draft,” Young said. “I think I showed it on my tape. In every game, I think I showed it. I definitely think I put my best foot forward this year. I grinded hard. Two of our biggest things are hard work and dedication, and I’m going to bring those to the NFL with me.”

Despite being suspended for two weeks, Young finished with 16.5 sacks and seven forced fumbles in 2019. If the Redskins pass on Young, he seems confident that he’ll make them regret it.