Ohio State's star defensive lineman Chase Young declared for the NFL Draft on Friday, and Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins welcomed him to the team.
Young is the presumptive No. 2 overall pick for the upcoming draft behind LSU's Joe Burrow, and the Redskins hold that No. 2 pick -- a pick that seemed destined to go to the Giants before they beat the Redskins in overtime in Week 16.
Haskins and Young were teammates at OSU and now it looks like the rookie wants to see the defensive end back on his sidelines when next season rolls around.
See you soon 😉 https://t.co/CLvbTZ5Q8E- Dwayne Haskins, Jr🌹 (@dh_simba7) January 3, 2020
With Young more than likely ending up in Washington, the Giants will have taken a full-180 from potentially getting the chance to bring him to New York, to now potentially having to watch him try to sack Daniel Jones twice a year.
Many thought the Giants would actually be the ones to take Haskins -- a New Jersey native -- in last year's draft, but instead took Jones with the sixth pick and let Haskins fall to the Redskins at No. 15.
Instead of the No. 2 pick, the Giants now sit at No. 4 -- after the first two picks go by, the draft is set to really open up. The Lions sit ahead of the Giants with the No. 3 pick.