The Redskins have a very pressing decision to make at the quarterback decision.
It appears likely that the Washington Redskins will, at the very least, test the waters in the 2019 NFL Draft, when it comes to quarterbacks. They’ve already met with most of the draft’s top signal callers, and in the coming weeks, we could see more visits line up.
That said, while the Redskins have the need and the desire to start over at quarterback, they aren’t in the best position. Situated with the No. 15 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Redskins will likely have to trade up if they want a shot at one of the draft’s top passers. Such a proposition is an expensive venture, and it could be costly in the long run, if they don’t trade up for the right guy.
Earlier in the offseason, we broke down the film, and we assessed possible “right guys” such as Kyler Murray, Drew Lock, and Daniel Jones. Now, with one quarterback left in the 2019 pantheon to assess, let’s get back into the film. Here is our scouting report on Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins.