College: Ohio State | Rookie
Height: 0'0" | Weight: lbs
2019 Bye Week: -
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
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Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins is set to visit with the Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos this week, according to a source. Both Washington and Denver have been doing their homework on the top passers in this draft class as they look for a franchise passer. Joe Flacco is just a stopgap in Denver and Case Keenum fits that same bill in D.C. Haskins is surely to come off the board early in the first round.
Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins' draft stock continues to sink, according to sources, and he may be the fourth passer picked in this year's draft. Oklahoma's Kyler Murray is expected to go first overall to the Arizona Cardinals, and Missouri's Drew Lock and Duke's Daniel Jones may have also jumped Haskins. Even so, there are plenty of NFL teams desperately searching for their franchise signal-caller, so Haskins will likely still come off the board in the first round.
Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins met with the New York Giants on Tuesday night and has meetings scheduled with the Broncos, Raiders, Dolphins and Redskins, who all have a pick in the top 15 of the first round of this year's draft. NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah said that Haskins checks off many of the boxes that NFL front offices look for when considering a franchise quarterback. Haskins showed his athleticism and strong arm at his pro day after producing a school-record 50 touchdowns and 4,831 passing yards in his lone season as a starter. Along with Oklahoma's Kyler Murray, Haskins is one of the top two QB prospects in this draft and he'll surely come off the board to a QB-needy team in the first round. Where he lands will help determine his future fantasy outlook.
The New York Giants are unlikely to draft Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray because of his lack of size at 5-foot-10. Some scouts and executives are convinced that Murray is a first-round talent, while others are skeptical because of his small stature. The Giants, Jaguars and the Broncos could be looking for quarterbacks in the top 10 picks and Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, Missouri's Drew Lock and Duke's Daniel Jones are the only consensus first-rounders in a weak class. A team source said Murray is "probably a little too small" for the Giants, as they prefer to stick with established measurables for a prototypical QB. New York hasn't had a starting quarterback under six feet tall since 5-foot-11 Gary Wood went 0-6 in 1966. Murray is super athletic and is better off making plays outside the pocket. His height will be an obstacle to overcome. It doesn't mean he won't be a good NFL quarterback, but he'll need to use his legs plenty to be successful at the next level.