VIDEO: Dwayne Haskins High School Football Highlights From 2015 Are a Fun Throwback
Missing football while the sports world is on pause? Washington Redskins fans can fill the void by throwing it back with some fun high school football highlights from Dwayne Haskins' senior season in 2015.
Playing at Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland, Haskins showed some serious potential as a passer.
Dwayne Haskins High School Highlights
Haskins racked up a total of 5,308 yards and 54 touchdowns through the air in his high school career, including 2,217 yards and 20 TDs in his senior season. He originally committed to the University of Maryland, but after Maryland's coach was fired, Haskins switched to Ohio State, where he redshirted his first year in 2016.
He didn't take over as a starter until 2018, when he put together one of the all-time great seasons for a Buckeyes quarterback. He threw for 4,831 yards and 50 touchdowns, completing 70.0 percent of his passes and throwing just 8 interceptions. That one outstanding season was enough to make him a first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, where the Washington Redskins took him No. 15 overall.
Haskins made seven starts as a rookie, and like the rest of the Washington offense, he struggled. The team went 2-5 in games he started, however, compared to 1-8 in their other nine. Turning just 23 years old (younger than incoming rookie Joe Burrow), Haskins still has plenty of time to grow and develop into a franchise quarterback in Washington.
For more awesome throwback high school football highlights, check out Deshaun Watson in 2013, Josh Allen in 2013 and Carson Wentz in 2010.
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