Data Scout Notes: 2019: 01-07-19 - Announced Early Entry into 2019 NFL Draft...**2018: HeismanTrophyFinalist/OPOYC/QBOYC...2017: NAC
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02/16/19 - Raised in Highland Park, N.J., Haskins' football sensibilities were honed in Potomac, Md., where he attended the prestigious Bullis School - evolving from a pudgy kid into a dart-throwing quarterback, carrying himself as a quiet leader determined to hit the books and his receivers with equal aplomb. It was at Bullis that Haskins rose to prominence without stepping over anyone else, forging a reputation for academic and athletic excellence as he blazed a trail of inclusion that took him to Ohio State and into rarefied air: He is the top quarterback prospect in the 2019 NFL draft. "Great person,'' Patrick Cilento, Haskins' head coach at Bullis, told The Post. "Great young man, he really is. "He's everything you want a quarterback to be. Never in trouble, loves the game of football, always looking out to make people better. That kind of stuff. He spreads the ball around and wants everybody to be better.'' - The New York Post
02/14/19 - Previewing the 2019 NFL Combine: A First Round Prototype: Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State,...A strong-armed pocket passer who makes quick, accurate decisions with the football and shows great anticipation, Haskins performance this past season earned him 2018 Big Ten Player of the Year, Third Team All-American honors, the Rose Bowl MVP and a trip to NYC as a Heisman Trophy finalist. He does an excellent job progressing through his reads and sprays the ball all over the field. In addition, he can make every throw in the book and shows a natural feel for the game. Haskins has the potential to be a Pro Bowl caliber signal-caller at the next level. - Ric Serritella, NFLDraftScout.com
01/07/19 - Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins has officially declared for the NFL Draft making his announcement via Twitter. Haskins is the fifth player - along with Nick Bosa, Dre'Mont Jones, Mike Weber and Michael Jordan- to declare for the NFL Draft. Haskins put together a historic season in his first year as a starter throwing for 4831 yards and 50 touchdowns - both Big Ten records - in route to a third-place finish for the Heisman Trophy and leading Ohio State to a Big Ten Championship and Rose Bowl victory. Haskins is considered to be a first-round pick and with Oregon's Justin Herbert electing to return to school for another year, he could potentially be the first quarterback taken. - Stephen Means, Cleveland.com
01/07/19 - Record-setting Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. says he is leaving school to enter the NFL draft. The third-year sophomore announced Monday on Twitter that he will depart the program after one year as a starter in which he broke most school and Big Ten single-season passing records. He also finished third in Heisman Trophy voting. Haskins is projected to be a first-round draft pick. His decision comes after he completed 25 of 37 passes for 251 yards and three touchdowns in the Rose Bowl, which also was the last game for retiring coach Urban Meyer. The announcement Friday that Georgia quarterback Justin Fields would transfer to Ohio State divulged Haskins' decision. Haskins said he and Fields talked before Fields made the decision to come to Ohio State with a chance to be the starter next season. - AP College Football
12/09/18 - QB Dwayne Haskins Jr. finished a distant third in the Heisman Trophy voting on Saturday night behind winner Kyler Murray of Oklahoma and Tua Tagovailoa of Alabama. Haskins set more than 20 school records and broke Big Ten records for the conference champion Buckeyes (12-1), who will face Washington in the Rose Bowl. Haskins led the country in touchdown passes (47) and yards (4,580) and was second in passing yards per game (352). The first-year starter completed 70.2 percent of his passes and was intercepted just eight times in 496 attempts.