Two Michigan defensive stars are receiving a major shoutout from Pro Football Focus (PFF).

Defensive end Aidan Hutchinson and linebacker David Ojabo received some big praise from PFF analyst Anthony Treash as the Wolverines head into a big-time matchup against Penn State. He believes the pair is one of the best at their craft in college football.

Treash referred to Hutchinson and Ojabo as “the best pass-rush combo in all of college football.” Pretty high praise for the two Wolverines.

Hutchinson and Ojabo have done a stellar job creating pressure on the quarterback this season. Ojabo is the B1G leader in sacks with 8, just 1 ahead of Hutchinson, who has 7.

Ojabo is also credited with 23 total stops, 4 forced fumbles, 4 quarterback hurries and 3 pass break-ups. Hutchinson is responsible for 35 tackles, 9 QB hurries and a forced fumble.

Penn State’s offensive line will certainly have its hands full trying to keep that combination contained.