New York Giants: Evaluating the Giants quarterback options for 2019

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 31: Hunter Sharp (Photo by Abbie Parr Getty Images)
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Dwayne Haskins

Haskins announced earlier this month that he was entering the NFL draft.

The next day he tweeted a pic of himself in a Giants uniform.

Haskins is a native of Highland Park, New Jersey so it makes sense that he would want to play for the Giants.

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He told Zach Braziller of the New York Post that “It would be pretty nice,” if he played for the Giants.

He even told Paul Schwartz of the New York Post that he’s been a Giants fan for a long time.

In his only season with Ohio State, Haskins threw for 4,831 yards and 50 touchdowns, both Ohio State single season records.

ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. has the Giants picking Haskins in the draft.

Here’s what Kiper said about Haskins, via Dan Benton of the Giants Wire:

“This is an easy call. The Giants need a quarterback, and Haskins is the best quarterback in the class. The Giants can’t afford to put off the decision for another year, even if they bring back 38-year-old Eli Manning and let the rookie learn behind him. Haskins (6-3, 220) is far from a finished product — he started only 14 games at Ohio State — but he has an extremely high ceiling. One thing to watch is whether QB-needy teams get aggressive and try to trade up to get in front of the Giants.”

The Giants and Haskins seems like the best couple. This is again if the Giants do indeed decide to go for a QB using the draft.

If they think drafting a QB is their best option, then Haskins is QB you could root for them drafting.