Ohio State Overview: Haskell Garrett is a veteran of 22 Ohio State games and the true junior will be a key member of a loaded and deep defensive tackle rotation for the Buckeyes in 2019 … a two-time Varsity O letterwinner, Garrett played on defense in all 14 games as a true sophomore in 2018 and contributed seven total tackles and a pass break-up for the Big Ten Conference champion Buckeyes … recorded two solo tackles in the win at Maryland and had a high of 28 defensive plays in the win over Tulane … Garrett played in eight games as a true freshman during the 2017 season and was credited with three tackles on the season … he is majoring in sociology.
More on Haskell: Garrett was a consensus 4-star prospect from the national power Bishop Gorman program that has gone 43-0 during his three seasons and won state and overall national championships all three years … he was a Top 50 player overall (No. 47 by Scout) and a Top 10 defensive tackle prospect, with Scout rating him No. 4, Rivals and 247Sports each ranking him sixth and ESPN No. 7 … he led a terrific Bishop Gorman defense as a senior with 54 tackles, including 20 tackles-for-loss … also had 7.5 sacks and an interception … had 56.5 TFLs and 25 sacks for his career, including 20.5TFLs and 11.5 sacks as a sophomore and 16 TFLs and six sacks as a junior … first-team Nevada all-state pick and a U.S. Army All-American … 4A Sunset / Southwest League defensive most valuable player … MaxPreps and PrepStar All-American … is originally from Vermont, and briefly lived in Hawai’i after the death of his father when Garrett was 13 … Mother is Maria Key and family member of Shelly and Ray Mook.