The Ohio State quarterback was projected to go high in the draft, and many expected the Giants to take him instead of Duke's Daniel Jones.
The first time Dwayne Haskins plays the Giants, you should make sure you tune in.
The Ohio State quarterback was long suspected as the potential pick for New York with the No. 6 selection in the 2019 NFL draft, but when the Giants sent in their pick, they decided to go in a different direction.
The reason behind the decision wasn't that New York didn't want a quarterback to eventually replace Eli Manning. The Giants just wanted Duke's Daniel Jones over the man who broke Drew Brees's Big Ten record for touchdown passes in a season by 11 scores.
But despite getting skipped over, Haskins didn't seem fazed by the Giants' decision.
And since the Redskins selected Haskins with the No. 15 pick, the Giants will get to see him twice a season going forward.
He looks pretty happy about how this worked even though he grew up a Giants fan.