Caleb Williams has a No. 1 option in the NFL: the Miami Dolphins.

Williams shared that opinion in an interview with People Magazine this week. Williams, who is not eligible for the NFL until 2024, gave his reasoning for preferring Miami:

“I like to be around younger coaches,” Williams says. “I’d probably go to the Dolphins. I also would be able to play with Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, Mike Gesicki. The defense isn’t bad. That’s probably my number one spot.”

The Dolphins are coached by Mike McDaniel, who is just 39 years old. Hill and Waddle form one of the top receiver tandems in the NFL. That duo combined for over 3,000 receiving yards last season. Gesicki was 3rd on the team with 32 receptions.

The Dolphins do have an established quarterback in Tua Tagovailoa, but he dealt with serious concussion issues during the 2022 season.

Still, it’s tough to imagine Miami being in position to draft Williams at the top of the 2024 NFL Draft. He’s currently projected to be in contention for the top pick in the 2024 draft. The Dolphins could be contenders for an AFC playoff berth in 2023.

Williams and USC are hoping to reach the College Football Playoff for the 1st time in 2023.