Haskins announced his decision on Twitter, thanking his teammates and coaches at Ohio State.
He will be going on an official visit this weekend enrolling in classes, which start next week.
Fields was the subject of racially bigoted comments made by a Georgia baseball player during a September 29 win against Tennessee, which led to that player's dismissal from the program after an internal investigation. His most significant playing time, though, came in lopsided victories against nonconference opponents.
Fields could be eligible in 2019 due to an intriguing loophole in the NCAA's transfer policy, with his lawyers poised to cite "egregious behavior" that made Fields uncomfortable at Georgia and forced his hand. Fields announced the transfer after he was expected to visit the Ohio State campus earlier Friday. Ohio State also has redshirt sophomore Tate Martell and freshman Matthew Baldwin waiting in the wings as well.
Three days into his tenure as Ohio State coach, Ryan Day is making a ruthless move. Both are close and have trained with quarterbacks coach Quincy Avery.
Haskins leapt onto the scene as a surprise star, replacing graduate J.T. Barrett as Ohio State's starter in 2018 and lighting up the Big Ten in an unusually volatile season for the Buckeyes. Eason did sit out the 2018 season, where as Fields intends to apply for a waiver to make him immediately eligible. Multiple sources told The Athletic that things were looking good for Ohio State to land Fields, and given.