QB Dwayne Haskins (2019, Washington)
Haskins became the first Ohio State quarterback to be drafted in the first round since 1983 when the Baltimore Colts selected Art Schlichter with the fourth overall pick. In his last year as a Buckeye, Haskins led the nation in both passing yards and touchdowns, leading many to believe he was the best pure passer in his draft class. Following a shaky rookie year in which Haskins checked-in with a league-low 28.4 QBR, Haskins was benched just four games into the 2020 season in favor of journeyman reserve Kyle Allen.
Washington reached the postseason shuffling between four different QB’s. By season’s end, Haskins was the odd-man out. The team decided to part ways with the former No. 15 overall pick following a 20-13 loss to the Carolina Panthers in Week 16. In January, Haskins signed on with the Pittsburgh Steelers and is serving as the team’s third-string QB behind Ben Roethlisberger and Mason Rudolph
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