Quarterback | Ohio State | Redshirt Sophomore
Height: 6-foot-3 | Weight: 231 pounds
2018: Started all 14 games; completed 373 of 533 passes (70.0 percent) for 4,831 yards (led FBS) with 50 touchdowns and eight interceptions; set Big Ten and school records for passing yards and touchdown passes; finalist for the Heisman Trophy; First-Team All-Big Ten selection and was the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and Quarterback of the Year; Third-Team All-American selection; threw at least four touchdowns in a game on six different occasions
Career: Played in 22 career college games; completed 413 of 590 passes (70.0 percent) for 5,396 yards with 54 touchdowns and nine interceptions; redshirted as a freshman in 2016 and was a backup in 2017 before starting in 2018; set Big Ten and school records for passing yards and touchdown passes in 2018 when he was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy; First-Team All-Big Ten selection and was the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and Quarterback of the Year as a redshirt sophomore; Third-Team All-American selection in 2018; named to Academic All-Big Ten Team in 2017
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Summary: Haskins makes the majority of his plays in the pocket, as he has limited mobility but a powerful arm that gets the ball to its target. A projected first-round pick by numerous mock drafts, Haskins is comfortable in the spotlight after playing for the Buckeyes.
Lance Zierlein of NFL.com wrote that “Haskins is going to be forced to learn on the fly against NFL speed and defensive coordinators conspiring to defeat him. His athletic limitations could keep him pocket-bound, but he has the arm talent, confidence and pocket savvy to become a good NFL starter if he's protected and given the time to develop early on.”
Haskins’ full scouting report on NFL.com can be found here.
Stacking up: NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks has Haskins ranked as the No. 1 quarterback in the 2019 draft. Ditto for draft analyst Dane Brugler, who writes for The Athletic and has Haskins as the top quarterback prospect. Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com had Haskins as the 20th overall player on his most-recent list of the Top 50 prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft, down two spots from his initial ranking.
Quick climber: Despite starting just 14 games in college, Haskins ranks ninth in school history in passing yards and fourth in touchdown passes.