Haskins is the hottest recruit in America

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The hottest recruit in America right now is sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins, Jr.. The signal caller from Potomac (Md.) Bullis School has received offers from Clemson, Florida, Ohio State, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Boston College, Rutgers and Mississippi State just this week.
"It's crazy," said the 6-foot-1, 182-pound Haskins. "Nine offers in one week was really unexpected but I did really well at the Rivals Camp and some other camps around here. I'm just fortunate for all the publicity I'm getting. "
A few of these nine offers really shocked Haskins.
"The big offers from Florida, Florida State and Ohio State really surprised me," he said. "I'm glad they offered me because those are some of the schools I like most. I really didn't expect all of these schools to offer me so quickly. I did well at all of the camps and winning MVP at all of them helped propel me to getting more looks.
"I got an offer from Ohio State, my dream school, the other day," Haskins said. "It's astonishing, honestly. I didn't expect it to happen so soon. Coach Meyer talked to over the phone and I was so excited. I was there when they were starting a lot of construction.
"I didn't even know Florida was interested in me until they offered me," he said. "They saw what I did at one of the camps and got in touch with me afterward. When I talked to them they said they were offering me.
"Florida State is the national champions and when I called them they actually said they offered me a week ago," said Haskins. "I didn't know that but now I know that they have offered me. I'm definitely excited about the offer. They are the national champs and they have Famous Jameis and all of that."
Haskins also has ties to Maryland and Rutgers.
"Maryland is a great school and it's very close to where I go to school," he said. "To get an offer from them is great because I can go to see the campus whenever I want to or talk to coach Edsall or coach Locksley. I'm just fortunate that they offered me because they usually don't offer quarterbacks this young. They're showing real interest and it's close to home so my family can come down and watch me play if I were to go there. They're going to the Big Ten and they need some more good players.
"Rutgers is surprising," Haskins said. "They want me to come up for their spring game. They came by the school and my coach told me they offered. I'm very excited about that one because it is my home state."
Three other schools that Haskins is very interested in and that could be close to offering are Notre Dame, Georgia and North Carolina.
My family has talked to me about how great Notre Dame is because they have a tradition for quarterbacks. What they do on offense up there is definitely interesting to me. I would definitely like to start talking to them. I talked to one of their coaches a while ago but that was before I got these offers so I don't know if they're still interested.
"I like that Georgia is a pro-style offense and I like what they do with their receivers," he said. "They had AJ Green and quarterbacks like Stafford and Murray. That's a good school that produces quarterbacks every two of three years. When I was down that way with my 7-on-7 coach we went by the campus and saw practice. I thought I needed to look more into the school.
"I think I could fit in a North Carolina," said Haskins. "They do a lot of things out of the spread offense. I envision myself in a lot of offenses. I like that school, it's close to home and I have a lot of friends that go to school there."
Hakins are two visits coming up, one of which is this weekend.
"The only visits I have set up right now are a camp at LSU and an unofficial visit to Penn State this Friday," he said. "They haven't offered me yet but Penn State said that if I come up on Friday they might offer me. Whatever happens happens. I'm not going up there with any expectations.
"The LSU camp is in July," Haskins said. "My cousin, Kevin Toliver II, is down that way. We're very close. I've been going to camps with him since I was a little kid. I've always kept in touch with him but I haven't seen him in a while."
A total of 14 schools have offered Haskins and more seem to be following suit daily.
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