A week ago, reports had surfaced that the New York Giants had little to no interest in scouting Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins.

That proved wildly false this week as the Giants sent a massive contingent highlighted by assistant general manager Kevin Abrams, head coach Pat Shurmur, talent executives Chris Mara and Chris Pettit, and several others to Ohio State’s Pro Day.

There, the Giants met with Haskins privately over dinner and were then front and center during his on-field workouts.

After getting to know Haskins and then watching him throw, Shurmur had nothing but good things to say about the young gun slinger, calling him an “impressive young man.”

“He’s an impressive young man,” Shurmur told the New York Post. “It was excellent. We obviously have spent a lot of time evaluating him, and this is one piece of it. We got the chance to work with him on the board and take him to dinner, and he certainly is an accomplished and impressive young man.”

Meanwhile, Haskins, who grew up a Giants fan and isn’t shy about letting that be known, was thrilled to have the team expressing such an interest in him.

“To be able to even be considered by New York, as a kid growing up as a fan, it just an extreme blessing,” Haskins said.

As to the idea of being drafted by the Giants and then forced to endure the New York media. . . Haskins is fine with it.

“Well, I’m a homebody, so that helps,” Haskins said. “New York media is New York media. I grew up around it, so it’s nothing different for me. Definitely being in the spotlight is something I’m used to, and I think I’ll handle it pretty well.”

After initially appearing uninterested in Haskins, things have changed drastically in East Rutherford. To date, the Giants haven’t scouted any prospect as much as they have Haskins, who now seems to rest firmly in their sights at No. 6 overall.

But will Haskins fall? Will the Giants trade up for him? Those are now the questions.