The Giants will get their chance to see Dwayne Haskins up close at the NFL Scouting Combine.
The Ohio State quarterback plans to throw at the combine on March 2 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson.
Quarterbacks are not required to throw, but Haskins played just one full season at Ohio State, which has cast some doubts about his ability to succeed at the next level among some scouts and analysts.
Despite those doubts, Haskins is still considered to be the top quarterback in the 2019 draft class after throwing 50 touchdown passes and setting Big Ten passing records en route to a third-place finish in the Heisman Trophy race.
The Giants have the No. 6 pick in the draft and could eye Haskins as a potential successor to Eli Manning.
Haskins, a New Jersey native, has repeatedly expressed how much he would love to be drafted by the Giants but it is uncertain if the Giants will select a quarterback at all with their pick.
GM Dave Gettleman's approach is usually to take the best player on the board and Haskins could solidify that spot starting with how he does at the combine.
There is, however, the possibility a team attempts to trade up ahead of the Giants to snag Haskins before they can and that could become even more likely if he impresses at the combine.
Haskins will most likely also have a Pro Day, too, so it may not be the only chance the Giants get to see him throw before the draft in April but it will be a start.