While the 2019 QB class is far from loaded, the best QB in this class has finally made his decision and will be entering the 2019 NFL Draft. Dwayne Haskins, the now former-Buckeye, will be leaving Ohio State early to enter the draft. Dwayne made his announcement via Twitter on Monday morning, prior to the College Football National Championship.
— Dwayne Haskins, Jr🌹 (@dh_simba7) January 7, 2019
Haskins, 21, is only a one-year starter at Ohio State but made enough noise in his one year to warrant great feedback from the competition committee. In his two years at Ohio State, Haskins started 15 games, threw for 5,396 yards, completed 70.0 percent of his passes, and threw for 54 touchdowns. Haskins also carried the ball 103 times, for 194 yards, and four touchdowns.
Haskins has a ton of intriguing tools that translate extremely well to the next level, but the lack of experience is always a bit concerning. The most intriguing trait of Haskins game is his ability to make all throws, throw with anticipation, and more often than not, be very accurate throwing the football. Haskins will likely be the first quarterback taken in the draft and will highlight the QB class of 2019.