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Bobby Haskins
Bobby  Haskins


Fairfield, Conn.

High School:
The Hun School (N.J.)

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 260


Is a January enrollee and will take part in 2018 spring practice ... played left tackle and defensive end at the Hun School for head coach Todd Smith … named first-team all-league in 2017 and named to the New Jersey Mid-Atlantic Prep League All-Star team … earned the 2017 U.S. Army Reserve National Student-Athlete Award … also earned in 2017 the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Student-Athlete Award … spent first three years of high school at Fairfield Prep where he also played tight end … was a 2016 Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference Class LL All-League tight end … in 2016 earned ESPN Radio Connecticut High School Player of the Week and Connecticut Channel 12 TV Scholar Athlete of the Week honors … earned the 2017 Reverend Adolpho Nicolas Award as the Outstanding Leader and the 2017 Reverend Eugene Bissette Award as the Outstanding Student-Athlete at Fairfield Prep … also played basketball at Fairfield Prep and helped them win the 2015 Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Association LL State championship … son of Bob and Kim Haskins … has three sisters, Cooper, Julia and Peyton … member of the National Honor Society … Student Body Vice President at Fairfield Prep … volunteer elementary school basketball coach at Cardinal Sheehan Center in Bridgeport, Conn. … father, Bob, was a three-year letterman at Columbia as a defensive end … enjoys golf … a three-star recruit by,, and … born in Greensboro, N.C.


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