Though Dwayne Haskins is now a member of the Redskins after the team selected him with the No. 15 pick in last week's NFL Draft, he can't work out with his new veteran teammates until rookies report to camp on July 25. In the meantime, Haskins is still getting his training in, and it looks like he is doing in the most DMV-type fashion possible.
First off, it appears that Haskins is training at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House. This makes sense, as Haskins spent his high school years at Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland, not too far from campus. Haskins had also originally committed to be a Terp before flipping to Ohio State, which could make these videos hard to watch for any Maryland fans.
But, there's more. It also seems that Haskins has connected with some other DMV players, including the likes of wide receiver Travis Fulgham.
Fulgham, the Virginia native who was picked in the sixth round of this year's draft by the Detroit Lions, was featured in NBC Sports Washington's "I Am the Prospect" series along with Haskins. With his selection, Fulgham became just one of two players from Old Dominion to be drafted to the NFL. The other, his teammate Oshane Ximines.
Just local prospects not too long ago, Haskins and Fulgham are now working together to prepare for the first steps in their NFL journey. Even better, they are doing it back where it all started: in the DMV.
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