COLUMBUS, Ohio – It looked – well, let the coach explain how it looked as Dwayne Haskins took the field Wednesday and threw the football in front of a hoard of NFL general managers, coaches and scouts:
"It looked natural, '' Ohio State coach Ryan Day said. "It did not look forced. Dwayne threw the way Dwayne throws. ''
The way Dwayne throws is enticing enough to interest the Giants, who own the no. Haskins that pick and groom him as Eli Manning's successor.
The Giants brought a huge group of their most important eyes and ears to take as much as possible of Haskins as possible.
Shurmur and offensive coordinator Mike Shula were in attendance at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Among the others making the trip for the Giants were Chris Mara, senior vice president of player personnel; Kevin Abrams, vice president of football operations and assistant general manager; and Chris Pettit, director of college scouting.
General manager Dave Gettleman prefers to learn about the player via film study and wants to get some personal time with Haskins when he comes to the team's facility as one of the Giants' allotted 30
The Giants' travel party has arrived.
"It which is excellent, '' Shurmur said. "We have spent a lot of time evaluating him, and this is one piece of it.
Haskins has noticed the Giants "definitely have shown interest." He grew up in Highland Park, NJ, before being moved to suburban Maryland.
"To be able to be considered as a kid," he said.
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"Dhowne," Shurmur said of Day, "He's been able to share a great deal with me." It's all great stuff. ''
There's Evidence of Haskins' ability to be a record-breaking year as a starting quarterback at Ohio State. Shurmur, as a former quarterback coach and offensive coordinator, likes to get a sense of things in the building.
"Just watch him throw," Shurmur said.
No doubt Shurmur noticed how Haskins did Campbell came out of the car with a garb, after which Campbell came out of the car.
Haskins, sweat accumulating on the front and back of his dry-fit jersey, put on display his powerhouse He rated his performance as "solid."
"It pisses me off," Haskins said. "But I think I was pretty well."
Haskins is from the center of the shotgun.
He opted not to partake in the 40-yard dash after he clocked in a slow 5.04 last month at the
Haskins did not promote himself at the combine, but perhaps being back on campus emboldened him some. Haskins said, "It's up to the team that wants to pick me. I feel like I'm the best player in the draft. ''
Haskins seems at ease in the spotlight, though he does not give it any vibes.
"Well, I'm a homebody, so that helps," Haskins said. "New York Media is New York Media. I grew up around it, so it's nothing different for me. Definitely being in the spotlight is something I'm used to, and I think I'll handle it pretty well. ''