Low-Level Starter Potential
Haskins has improved each year at Michigan and has entered the 2021 season on a high note in a shared backfield. Haskins embraces his role in a shared backfield, which bodes well for him at the next level. He is also a solid special teams player who will run down on punts and kickoffs to make a play. I expect his stock to rise as Michigan progresses through the Big Ten schedule, and they begin to lean on him more as their primary between the tackles runner. His ideal fit is a team that embraces a power run scheme and utilizes a downhill-style player. His ceiling vs. his floor is dependent on his ability to improve or show he can be a pass-catching threat out of the backfield.
PLAYSTYLE & SCHEME FIT