Urban Meyer and Ryan Shazier are among the many coaches, players and friends paying their respects to Dwayne Haskinson Friday … with those close to the late quarterback attending his memorial service in Pittsburgh.
Haskins’ wife, Kalabrya, previously announced the Allegheny Center Alliance Church will be holding a “celebration of Dwayne’s life” on Friday for family, friends, coaches and teammates.
Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith, Meyer — who coached Haskins on the Buckeyes from 2016 to 2018 — and current head football coach, Ryan Day, all made their way to Pennsylvania for the service.
Former OSU coach Urban Meyer and current coach Ryan Day are paying their respects to Haskins. Haskins played at OSU in college. @KDKApic.twitter.com/0zy6NRsfpr
Friday’s ceremony is one of several that will be held for the Steelers QB — on Saturday, Haskins’ family will have a memorial at the Christ Church in his native New Jersey … and on Sunday, there will be a service at his former high school in Potomac, Maryland.
As we previously reported, the Steelers QB was tragically killed after being struck by a dump truck on a highway in Fort Lauderdale Florida on April 9.
The crash report indicates the 24-year-old was hit by two cars and succumbed to his injuries on the scene.