Dwayne Haskins may not have played in his final game at Ohio State.

Haskins capped an incredible season with another tremendous performance, this time in the Rose Bowl. He threw for 251 yards and three touchdowns as Ohio State recorded a 28-23 win over Washington on Tuesday.

The Buckeye quarterback finished the year with 50 touchdown passes.

After such a dominant season, Haskins is expected to leave Columbus and prepare for the 2019 NFL Draft. He’s projected to be one of the top QBs in the class.

Haskins isn’t set on leaving though, and says he’s “50/50” on his decision. There’s no set time on when he’ll make an announcement, but clearly he’s seriously considering a return.

The deadline to make a decision is Jan. 15, meaning Haskins has two weeks to determine what’s best. With Oregon QB Justin Herbert announcing he’ll return to Eugene next season, Haskins would be one of the top gunslingers available.

Haskins finished the season as the nation’s leader in passing yards and passing touchdowns. The Buckeyes ended 13-1 and winners of the B1G and the Rose Bowl.