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Hassan Haskins Bio
Hassan Haskins was a 3-star prospect from Eureka, MO. He was late in the recruiting cycles, but committed to play at Michigan. He joined the MIchigan Wolverines in 2018, but didn't produce until 2019. Haskins shared the backfield with Zach Charbonnet, but was second in attempts and rushing yards. He had greater efficiency than Charbonnet and was used similarly in the passing game. Haskins ended the season with 622 yards and 4 touchdowns. Read More
Hassan Haskins College Stats
|Year Year||Games Games||Rush Attempts Rush Atts||Rushing Yards Rush Yrds||Total Touchdowns TDs||Receptions Rec||Receiving Yards Rec Yrds||Target Share Tgt Share||Age Age||School School|
|2019||6 (RB)||121||622 (4 tds)||4||6 (3 tgts)||40||1.4%||19||Michigan|
|2020||6 (RB)||61||375 (6 tds)||6||0 (3 tgts)||0||1.4%||20||Michigan|
|2021||14 (RB)||270||1,327 (20 tds)||20||18 (22 tgts)||131||5.6%||21||Michigan|
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Who is Hassan Haskins
2020 caused the Wolverines to play a shortened season. The season ended as a down year for Michigan with the Wolverines going 2-4. Hassan Haskins used the down season to assert himself as the alpha dog in the backfield alongside Blake Corum, Zach Charbonnet, and Chris Evans. He had a breakout performance against a down Penn State team where he put up 101 yards and 2 touchdowns on 17 attempts.
Hassan Haskins carried over his previous year’s production into the 2021 season. Hasskins had 6 games with over 100 rushing yards and averaged 19 attempts per game. Remaining the alpha running back he had almost 130 more rush attempts and almost 400 more yards than the next highest rusher. On the season, he totaled 1,327 yards and 20 touchdowns. He received an invite to the senior bowl, but pulled out due to an ankle injury.
Hassan Haskins was selected in the 4th round of the 2022 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans. In an open backfield, Haskins will probably be the odds on favorite of backing up Derrick Henry. On a run first team and not excelling in the passing game, Haskins is a high floor play in all formats.