This offseason, the Washington Redskins' top draft pick has said all the right things.
"I just want to make sure that when I do play, I don't want to look back," Haskins said
The plans for the remainder of the offseason for Haskins: "Train, train, train," he said on Tuesday. "Every day, find a way to get better. ... Just try to find that one percent every day."
"He has to learn it. If he feels like he is a little bit unsure of anything, he has to study it and continue to go over it in his mind and rehash it," Gruden said.
"We threw a lot at him: formations, motions, protections, route concepts, run concepts, audible, two-minute, no huddle, all of that stuff. There is a lot to learn for the kid, but we want to get it all out there for him so he has an understanding of what it is going to be like come training camp. A long way to go, but I like where he is at," he said.
But while the challenge is a daunting one, Haskins isn't shying away from the challenge or losing any confidence.
"When I know what I'm doing, I feel like I'm pretty good," Haskins said. "Then there are times where I got to freelance, where I don't know. Just the biggest thing is trying to learn and add to the foundation every day. Once I figure out the plays, I feel like the sky's the limit for me."