Dustin Haines is in his second season as an offensive analyst at Nebraska, and he is in his fourth season working on Scott Frost's offensive staff.
Haines helped Nebraska rank 25th nationally in total offense in 2018. Previously, he was an offensive graduate assistant at UCF in 2016 and 2017. The Knights boasted the nation’s most improved offense in 2017, when UCF led the nation in scoring and ranked fifth in total offense.
Haines played collegiately at Oregon from 2010 to 2013, where he was primarily a quarterback but also saw time at running back and wide receiver. A walk-on who earned a scholarship, Haines was a two-year captain at Oregon, while Frost was a Duck assistant.
Haines graduated with a degree in general science and general social science applied in economics and business from Oregon in 2014. He played in the Austrian Football League in the spring of 2015.