Dwayne Haskins declared for the draft this week and by doing so pretty much guaranteed he'll be the first quarterback selected in the 2019 NFL Draft. The Ohio State standout finished his final season in Columbus with 50 touchdowns and just 8 interceptions, and even if Justin Herbert didn't decide to return to Oregon for his senior season, there's a good case that Haskins still would've been the first franchise quarterback off the board.

In our latest mock draft, we had Haskins going fifth-overall after the Jaguars traded up two spots to grab him -- just one spot ahead of the Giants, who you could argue desperately need a quarterback too. And when Haskins was apprised of this last month by the Chicago Tribune's Teddy Greenstein (via PFT), and told it would be a good landing spot for him, here's what he said: "I'm hoping for that too."

By Monday night, as Clemson was putting the finishing touches to their convincing National Championship win over Alabama, Haskins tweeted this