Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins put plenty of good film together during the 2018 season when he finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting behind quarterbacks Kyler Murray out of Oklahoma and Alabama signal caller Tua Tagovailoa. But if there's a major knock on Haskins, it's that he only started for one season for the Buckeyes, giving only 14 games of real tape for NFL teams look at after he left the Scarlet and Gray early for this spring's draft.

On Friday, Haskins made it clear he's willing to do everything he can to impress scouts before the NFL Draft in April. During an interview on the NFL Network on Friday in the build-up to Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, Haskins confirmed to Andrew Siciliano and Steve Mariucci that he plans to take part in all the passing drills and all of the athletic tests at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis in March, stating that he will also "kill it" on the white board.

Haskins understands that he hasn't played many games but remains confident in his abilities. That is why he wants to show what he can do again in Indianapolis so there are no doubts or questions about the quarterback going into the NFL Draft.

In 2018, Haskins completed 70 percent of his passes and threw for 4,831 yards and 50 touchdowns -- both the most in the country -- to just eight interceptions. He also rushed for 122 yards and four more scores. Haskins broke numerous Buckeye and Big Ten passing records, including Drew Brees' conference mark for touchdown passes in a season and Curtis Painter's record passing yards in a year. The 50 touchdowns were the most by any players since Sam Bradford in 2008.