31. Dwayne Haskins — Washington Redskins
2019 Stats: 9 games, completed 119-of-203 passes, 1365 yards, 7 TD, 7 INT
Haskins enjoyed one of the best collegiate seasons for a passer ever, and he was rewarded by being drafted to the single most dysfunctional franchise in the league (and arguably in all of sports). Haskins’ accuracy is his greatest strength, and he doesn’t lose much of that even when he’s throwing from outside of the pocket.
Though his talent level is intriguing, it will be interesting to see how committed Washington’s new coaching staff — led by Ron Rivera — sees the second-year QB. If Washington finds itself at the top of the draft again next year, it wouldn’t be shocking to see the franchise select another highly touted QB prospect.
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