Since the end of the college football season, Dwayne Haskins has been regarded as an undoubted first-round pick and thought of as a top 10 selection in the upcoming NFL Draft. The only question was how high he’d go.

Things have changed over the last few weeks, though, mainly because Kyler Murray has decided to pursue a career in the NFL. There’s been an ongoing debate about which gunslinger has the most potential and the highest ceiling.

With the wrench that Murray threw into the mix, NFL Draft expert Todd McShay says Haskins could slip on draft day later this month.

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“If any of these quarterback are going to fall a little bit, it might be Haskins,” McShay said on Get Up! “It will be interesting to see. I keep hearing the Giants may not be in love with Haskins. I put him there because it’s kind of the only place in the top 10 I felt good about putting him. I do think, ultimately, he’ll wind up going somewhere in that range. But it may be a team moving up. The Giants could just pass on him and wind up taking Drew Lock a little bit later with that 17th pick.”

Haskins was the NCAA’s leading passer last season, throwing for 4,831 yards and 50 touchdowns, best in college football in both categories. He also led Ohio State to a 13-1 record, a B1G title and a Rose Bowl victory in his only year as the starter.

Over the last several weeks, Haskins has drawn comparisons to quarterbacks like Ben Roethlisberger, Carson Palmer and Jameis Winston. He seemed like a lock to get drafted by the Giants, but recent rumblings make it sound as if there isn’t much interest in the former Buckeye.

Even though Haskins could slip a bit, McShay still believes the former Buckeye is likely to go in the top 10.

“Haskins is the most interesting of the three (quarterbacks),” McShay said. “As you get closer, look at Lock. All of the teams are starting to say 46 games, Lock’s a veteran, been through a lot, the confidence. Haskins is only a one-year starter. I’m getting more and more information from teams that Haskins could wind up falling a little bit further than both Mel [Kiper Jr.] and I have him going at No. 6.”