Deshaun Watson officially announces he'll enter NFL Draft

Deshaun Watson’s next game will be in the NFL.
Watson has one year of college eligibility remaining, but he has instead decided to end his career at Clemson on a high note.
After leading Clemson to a national championship over Alabama in the final second of Monday night’s title game, the Tigers star quarterback officially announced he will be entering the 2017 NFL Draft.
“I think it’s my time to go, just kind of end it with a bang,” Watson said.
Watson finished his final college appearance with 420 yards passing and three touchdowns, adding 48 yards and a score on the ground.
Now, we’ll have to wait and see where Watson falls in April’s draft.
Some believe Watson could be a top three pick in a weak quarterback class, but there are others who view the quarterback as a late first or second-rounder. We’ll find out where his new home will be in a couple of months.

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