By By JP Finlay
Few stories this draft cycle moved up and down quite like Dwayne Haskins.
When the college football season ended, for most analysts, Haskins was the top quarterback off the board. He threw for 50 touchdowns as a redshirt sophomore at Ohio State, and while he only started one year for the Buckeyes, Haskins contained prototype size and a big arm perfectly suited for the NFL.
Then, Kyler Murray happened.
After deciding to fully commit to professional football, and proving he was 5-foot-10 at the NFL Scouting Combine, Murray took over as the top passer in the 2019 class.
That was one thing, but from there, things got weirder for Haskins.
He wasn't overly impressive at the Combine, particularly when it came to speed and quickness. He looked great at his Pro Day in Columbus, but he's supposed to look great at his Pro Day in Columbus.
The questions for Haskins now center on his...