Franklin County Sheriff’s Office,/TwitterUrban Meyer took some time out of his busy schedule on Wednesday to visit a sheriff’s deputy who was injured in a shootout over the weekend.Jacob Heaberlin, a seven-year veteran of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department, was struck by a bullet during a shootout with a suspect on Saturday. He is currently hospitalized.Heaberlin received a major visitor this afternoon in Meyer, who did more than just spend time with the injured deputy.Meyer took some photos and signed an autograph as well. That’s really classy of him.Check it out.FROM A WARRIOR ON THE FIELD TO A WARRIOR ON OUR STREETS We would like to thank OSU Coach @OSUCoachMeyer for stopping by to visit Deputy Jacob Heaberlin in the hospital today after he was shot in the line of duty earlier this week. GO JAKE & GO BUCKS! #PoliceWeek2018 pic.twitter.com/Cs1WSWZ0Pe— Franklin County Sheriff’s Office (@OHFCSO) May 16, 2018Coach Meyer is a huge supporter of law enforcement and we appreciate that support. Deputy Jacob Heaberlin also appreciated the OSU bling that Coach brought him, along with this autographed Sheriff’s Office License Plate! Go Jake, Go Bucks! #PoliceWeek2018 pic.twitter.com/S5Ib8ehUsv— Franklin County Sheriff’s Office (@OHFCSO) May 16, 2018Well-done, Urban.Also, get well soon Officer Heaberlin.