The Washington Redskins have their quarterback of the future after drafting Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins at 15 overall. Haskins was only a one-year starter in college, but posted ridiculous numbers in that single season, throwing for nearly 5,000 yards, 50 touchdowns and only eight interceptions. But stats don’t tell the full story, especially when it comes to the quarterback position. So what are the Redskins getting in Dwayne Haskins? Here’s a look at his strengths and weakness as he prepares for life in Washington.


Haskins biggest strength, is his control at the line of scrimmage. Most college quarterbacks aren’t trusted to take too much command pre-snap, certainly not when it comes to protection calls, but Haskins was active in recognizing pressures and adjusting his protections to pick them up.

Here, Haskins aligns in the shotgun with three receivers and the running back to his right. Before the snap, he recognizes a…



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