Depending on which expert or analyst you hear from, Tua Tagovailoa is either trending up the draft board and could be selected in the top 3 of the 2020 NFL Draft or the former Alabama signal-caller is fading as league teams likely won’t have another opportunity to medically evaluate the star quarterback before the league’s annual selection process.

Which category does the former Super Bowl winner and Elite 11 coach Trent Dilfer fall into?

He’s all-in on Tagovailoa being the future leader of an NFL franchise.

Dilfer first met Tagovailoa during a high school football camp and is now working with the quarterback leading up to the 2020 NFL Draft. In fact, the training video of Tagovailoa that was released earlier this week was filmed after the quarterback worked with Dilfer.

The former NFL signal-caller shared his thoughts on Tagovailoa after working with the draft hopeful in recent weeks in Nashville during a recent appearance on “The Rich Eisen Show.”

“He looks as good, if not better, than he did pre-injuries,” Dilfer recently said on the show. “Now, to his credit, he has worked – I don’t have the words to express the lonely work he’s done to come back from this.”

Dilfer also went on to discuss Tagovailoa’s presence

“Tua is a unique kid, in a good way. He’s got that really cool, Polynesian vibe but he’s got that fierceness, competitive drive like assassin quality, too.