The 2018 NFL Draft was headlined by one of the best QB classes in NFL Draft history. Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Josh Rosen, Lamar Jackson, & more.
Next years (2019) draft class will not come close to comparing to the depth of 2018, however there are two quarterbacks that many were relying on to beef up the class. Justin Herbert out of Oregon and Dwayne Haskins from Ohio State.
Up until earlier this afternoon, both quarterbacks had yet to formally announce their decision regarding their NFL Draft status. The Oregon Ducks put out a press release with a letter from Justin Herbert stating that he will forgo the draft and return for his final season in 2019.
— Oregon Football (@oregonfootball) December 26, 2018
Herbert and the Ducks will take the field on New Years eve in their Redbox bowl game against Michigan State out of the Big Ten.
With that decision, all eyes will shift focus towards Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins as Buckeyes fans and college football fans in general await his decision regarding his future.
Many believe that the Heisman finalist is heading to the NFL but with limited starts and only one year are as a starter under his belt, some would argue that another season may not be a bad idea from a developmental stand point.
With Herbert off of the board, Haskins will be the top rated quarterback in the 19′ draft and many believe he will be a high 1st round pick.
Haskins and the Buckeyes will close out the 2018 season on New Years Day in their Rose Bowl matchup with Washington.