Many coaches around college football are good at signing talented high school athletes. But when it comes to developing that talent for the NFL, Alabama coach Nick Saban is the best in the business.

That’s the opinion of writer Chase Goodbread, who continued his 16 for ’16 series by naming the 16 best college coaches at developing NFL talent.

Goodbread listed Saban at No. 1, writing the following:

Saban’s combination of recruiting skills, NFL experience and a pro-style offense make him predictably hard to beat on draft day. He’s placed at least one first-round pick in the draft for eight consecutive years, and produced multiple first-rounders over five straight drafts from 2010-2014. He’s had 39 draft picks over the last five years, the most of any coach listed here. As for an example of his ability to develop talent, he switched former walk-on Rashad Johnson from running back to safety when he arrived at Alabama in 2007, and Johnson is entering his eighth NFL season as a defensive back.

The only other current SEC head coach to join Saban on the list is LSU’s Les Miles (No. 8). Quarterback development appears to have kept Miles from earning a higher ranking:

LSU has been hit especially hard in recent years by early entry losses to the NFL draft, so it follows that the Tigers have produced more than their share of draft choices. They’ve also populated the first round like few others; Miles has developed 13 first-round picks in his tenure, most recently Odell Beckham, Jr. In back-to-back drafts in 2013-2014, LSU generated 18 selections (nine each draft). Developing quarterbacks, however, hasn’t been LSU’s strong suit under Miles. His best college quarterback was JaMarcus Russell, who earned the “bust” label as a No. 1 overall pick. And for all of Miles’ strong recruiting classes, quarterback play at LSU has largely been inconsistent.

The full list, which includes familiar faces like Mark Richt, Jimbo Fisher and Urban Meyer, can be viewed here.