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Infant George Asafo-Adjei Jersey , and at Big Blue View we are nearing the top of the quarterback board. Dwayne Haskins is a player previously discussed as a fit for the New..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015, Week 172019 NFL DraftScouting the quarterbacks: What kind of NFL prospect is Dwayne Haskins? New,67commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareScouting the quarterbacks: What kind of NFL prospect is Dwayne Haskins? Aaron Doster-USA TODAY SportsWe have reached Draft Week here in the football world, and at Big Blue View we are nearing the top of the quarterback board. Dwayne Haskins is a player previously discussed as a fit for the New York Giants, and if he is available for the Giants at the sixth spot, he would be perhaps an ideal fit for their offense and their future.BiographyOriginally from New Jersey, Haskins and his family moved to the Maryland suburbs so that Dwayne and his sister could attend the Bullis School, a prestigious private high school in the Washington D.C. area. With College Park just down the road, the University of Maryland was one of Haskins’ strongest suitors during his recruitment process. But Haskins was not without other schools seeking his services. Graded as a four-star recruit by Rivals.com, Haskins had 39 offers in hand when he first committed to Maryland over his hometown Rutgers University.However, things changed shortly after this initial decision. Haskins was recruited to College Park by Randy Edsall and assistant coach Mike Locksley, with the young quarterback’s relationship with the assistant coach playing a huge part in his decision. When the school fired Edsall and moved Locksley to interim head coach, Haskins reiterated his commitment to play for the Terrapins.However, the school moved in another direction, passing Locksley over for D.J. Durkin as their next head coach. Haskins started to entertain other schools, taking visits with some other potential suitors. Urban Meyer came calling as well, adn eventually Haskins decommitted from Maryland and signed with the Buckeyes.Haskins redshirted his first year on campus, and as a redshirt freshman he backed up J.T. Barrett, completing 40-of-57 passes for 565 yards and four touchdowns in limited action. He entered the 2018 campaign as the starting quarterback thanks to the transfer to LSU of Joe Burrow, and in his one year as a starter he reworked the Buckeyes’ record book. He claimed the single season passing and touchdown records for both Ohio State and the Big Ten, as he threw for 4,831 yards and 50 touchdowns, against just eight interceptions. Additionally, he claimed school records in total offense in a season, total offensive yards in a game and total passing yards in a game. Haskins ended his season on quite a high note. He threw six touchdown passes in Ohio State’s rivalry game against the University of Michigan, leading the Buckeyes to a 62-39 victory over the Wolverines. Then in the Big Ten Championship Game against Northwestern University George Asafo-Adjei Jersey Draft , Haskins threw five touchdowns (and one interception) in the win over the Wildcats. In his final game, a 28-23 win in the Rose Bowl, Haskins threw three touchdowns and no interceptions. Shortly after the bowl game, Haskins declared for the NFL draft. StrengthsHaskins at his core is more of a throwback to the quarterback position. A prototypical pocket passer type of player who wins more with his mind and mental approach than his athletic traits for the position. A question raised by that, however, is whether that kind of QB is still a highly sought after commodity given how the league is trending. Driving that point home is the inevitable contrast between Haskins and the quarterback widely expected to come off the board first, Kyler Murray. Haskins may be the type of QB that teams built around a decade ago, but Murray and quarterbacks like him might be the wave of the future.The contrast between them spills over into the evaluation process. Traditionally, the focus of quarterback study was on “process.” Does the player demonstrate the correct process on a wide majority of given plays? Does his thinking lead him to the correct decision with each throw? If those questions remain at the forefront of NFL thinking, then Haskins should be in good stead. Yet, Murray is the player considered to be the first overall selection? Why? Because we might be reaching a point where the results on a given play outweigh how the player arrived at that moment. (For more on this dichotomy here is a piece on Murray breaking down the question of process versus results).With Haskins, the process is king. The mental approach he puts together on a play-to-play basis is perhaps the strongest in this class. As we will see in a moment, however, the execution might sometimes be lacking. Again, process or results.Let’s start with Haskins as the prototypical pocket passer. He has an ability to hang in the pocket and make strong, anticipation throws as the pressure starts to build. This play is an example of this in action. Haskins will face a linebacker blitz on this play, andpressure off the edge builds late in the snap. But he seems unfazed by it, and throws a comeback route to the left (after opening to the middle of the field with his eyes) and throws that route on time, in rhythm with some anticipation to it:As you can see, this ball comes out well before the break, preventing the wide receiver from making a play on the football.The anticipation on this throw is something we can see from Haskins to any area of the field. Anticipation throws are a great indicator of a quarterback whose mental approach is solid. If he trusts his eyes and his read of the defense, he can throw receivers open and get the ball out on time and in rhythm, keeping the structure of the play intact. QBs who are more “see it, throw it” types of players often put their offense at a disadvantage, making life tougher for their receivers and intended targets alike. An easy example of this is when a quarterback identifies off coverage over a hitch route, and he can get the ball out of his hands before the break George Asafo-Adjei NFL Jersey , but that’s low hanging fruit. When a quarterback can identify the coverage and throw a receiver open in the middle of the field, that’s heady stuff.That is exactly what Haskins does on this play against Purdue:To drive the point home, here is a still of when Haskins is pulling the trigger:As you can see, he does not need to see the route come open behind the linebackers, he knows it will come open, and he leads his receiver to the space between the underneath defenders and in front of the safeties. If Haskins waits here, that defender to the outside of the route will be in position to make a play on either the ball or the receiver. This is anticipation at a higher level, something Haskins displays regularly as a passer.The mental approach Haskins takes is exemplified on some plays in the short and intermediate areas of the field. With some passers in this class, they are primarily quick and boundary throwers. Haskins is not, and his ability to attack underneath coverage will serve him well as he transitions to the NFL. Take, for example, this play against Indiana University: This play comes right out of a West Coast playbook. The slot receiver comes in motion and runs the shallow crossing route, and with a defender trailing the receiver during the motion, Haskins knows pre-snap that the Hoosiers are in man coverage. From the opposite side the tight end runs the sit route over the middle and starts to work back to the left, but by then Haskins has pulled the trigger on the crosser. Also important here for Haskins and his overall evaluation is that he gets blitzed but is able to step up in the pocket and deliver in the face of edge pressure. Also with Haskins, you can see the mental approach coming into focus despite just one year as a starter. It begins in the pre-snap phase, before the play begins. (As an aside, when you sit down to study quarterbacks in the weeks ahead if your analysis begins at the snap, you’re missing half the battle). Haskins is very involved in the pre-snap phase of the play, and it does not come from the sidelines all the time as it does with other college quarterbacks. You can see him calling out blitzes, identifying the MIKE defender, sliding the protection, moving players around as necessary, and it often pays off in the post-snap phase of the play.Haskins is also a more natural manipulator of defenders with his eyes, in comparison to Murray for example. Whether it is moving a deep safety on a vertical passing concept, or even influencing an underneath linebacker in the quick game George Asafo-Adjei NFL Draft , Haskins can manipulate defenders with his eyes, get them out of position, and exploit the defense in a flash. Take this throw against Purdue, where he freezes the safety in the middle of the field with his eyes before throwing the corner route to the left:This end zone angle gives a clearer indication of how he freezes the FS:Haskins flashes his eyes to the middle of the field, and then comes to throw the corner route. You can see how the safety flips his hips away from the corner route in response to Haskins.He also checks the “competitive toughness” box. Take, for example, this throw against Oregon State. Haskins threw an interception on the previous drive, and how does he respond? Mr. West Coast himself, Jon Gruden.Studying Haskins you can see some potential schematic diversity, but his strengths as a passer mesh best with a West Coast or Erhardt Perkins type of system. His ability to challenge defenses in the short and intermediate areas of the field as well as on timing routes, and to win with his mind make these offense the best fit for him.ProjectionDo not let his lack of experience fool you. Mentally, Haskins is close to ready as an NFL starter. The trick for his next team is to get him the ideal offensive system and to put some talent around him, where he can rely on those around him to help him as he acclimates to life in the NFL. If there is still a home for a prototypical pocket passer in this league - and I believe there is - Haskins is the ideal player cut from that cloth. He could start as a rookie and if he lands in the right spot, could be a mid-tier starter by the end of his second season. Elevator PitchA pro-ready quarterback chiseled from the mold of quarterbacks of yore. If teams still value the process over the results, Haskins might be at the top of their board at the quarterback position. If, however, the game is truly trending in a different direction, some of the other passers in this class might be valued higher than the Ohio State product. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — After five straight weeks of preparing and coming up empty, the New York Giants have something to smile about starting off a week.It’s amazing what a win can do for a team.“Anytime you win, it kind of verifies that what you’re doing is right,” coach Pat Shurmur said Tuesday, less than 24 hours after the Giants (2-7) rallied late to snap a five-game losing streak with a 27-23 win over the San Francisco 49ers.“The reason we all started playing and coaching football is because we love the competition, we love the physical nature of the game, and we love the process of getting ready to play the next opponent,” Shurmur added.“Then on game day George Asafo-Adjei Buffalo Bills Jersey , you put all your energy into winning, all your energy into putting a winning performance on the field, and so I sensed real joy in the locker room yesterday — a bunch of guys that put a lot into it, and we were able to overcome some adversity and win a football game.”The goal now for the Giants is to try to put a couple of wins together. They haven’t done that since December 2016. They have a 5-20 record in their past 25 games.The difference Monday night against the 49ers was the Giants made plays. Eli Manning threw three touchdowns and engineered a late drive capped by a short touchdown pass to Sterling Shepard.The offensive line, aided by the addition of newcomer Jamon Brown at right guard, allowed only one sack and the defense got two interceptions from linebacker B.J. Goodson.Special teams also contributed as Aldrick Rosas kicked two field goals and Corey Coleman had three kickoff returns for 92 yards.The performance by Manning was excellent. There have been many calling for the 37-year-old to be benched with the team losing again. The two-time Super Bowl MVP answered the critics.“Any time a player puts a winning performance on the field, he should feel good about it at least for a day or so,” Shurmur said. “The challenge is to then prepare to do it again in a week, so I don’t know. That’s a question for him, but he had a winning performance, he helped us win a game, and he should feel good about that. Now we just have to build on that going into Tampa.”The Giants will play host to the Buccaneers in their bid for their first win of the season at home (0-4).While the Giants’ chances of making the playoffs remain dim, Shurmur likes the team that has been assembled in his first season.“This is a really good locker room — we’re young, we’re new, but these guys believe in each other and try to play the game for each other,” he said. “I don’t know if they were loose, I don’t know if that’s the right term, but I thought they were just out there playing hard and having fun playing football.”NOTES: Shurmur said the Giants had the usual wear and tear in the game, but he expects no one to miss Sunday. … Brown played very well considering he had been with the team only a week. … Shurmur also said rookie linebacker Lorenzo Carter had his best game in both the pass rush and coverage. … Saquon Barkley had 20 carries for 67 yards and caught four passes for 33 yards. It was the eighth time in nine games Barkley had at least 100 scrimmage yards. “If we’re just going to talk about Saquon and his involvement in the game, whether we hand it to him or throw it to him, it really doesn’t matter. You’d like to see your back touch the ball or run the ball close to 20 times,” Shurmur said

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