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05/12/17 - QB Deshaun Watson signed a four-year contract and was available for Friday's start of rookie minicamp. The deal is worth $13.8 million and includes a signing bonus of $8.21 million, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. The Houston Texans traded the No. 25 pick in 2017 and next year's first-round selection to the Cleveland Browns to move up to the No. 12 spot to draft Watson out of Clemson. Watson will likely will be groomed behind current starter Tom Savage this season.
03/17/17 - QB Deshaun Watson (Jr.) stood on his numbers from the Combine and focused on his scripted passing session, receiving coaching from former NFL quarterback Jordan Palmer. He threw close to 60 passes with eight incompletions, taking snaps from under center and showing off his mobility and footwork from different landmarks. Similar to his tape, Watson's ball placement was erratic; it's an area in which he needs to improve. According to many in attendance, it was an average workout and shouldn't change anyone's opinion coming in to the day. The Chicago Bears, who own the No. 3 overall pick, were well represented with head coach John Fox and general manager Ryan Pace on hand for the workout. The Cleveland Browns own the No. 1 and No. 12 overall picks in the first round and are expected to heavily consider Watson with the second of those draft choices, but neither head coach Hue Jackson or chief decision-maker Sashi Brown were in attendance on Thursday.
03/17/17 - Clemson Pro Day: Watson center stage at Clemson...All 32 NFL teams were represented at Clemson's pro day to watch 14 prospects work out at the Tigers indoor facility. The main attractions were quarterback Deshaun Watson and wide receiver Mike Williams. Watson, ranked 16th by NFLDraftScout.com, is the No. 2 quarterback in the draft. Williams is the third-ranked wide receiver and 21st-ranked player overall. Watson stood on his numbers from the Combine and focused on his scripted passing session, receiving coaching from former NFL quarterback Jordan Palmer. He threw close to 60 passes with eight incompletions, taking snaps from under center and showing off his mobility and footwork from different landmarks. Similar to his tape, Watson's ball placement was erratic; it's an area in which he needs to improve. According to many in attendance, it was an average workout and shouldn't change anyone's opinion coming in to the day. The Chicago Bears, who own the No. 3 overall pick, were well represented with head coach John Fox and general manager Ryan Pace on hand for the workout. The Cleveland Browns own the No. 1 and No. 12 overall picks in the first round and are expected to heavily consider Watson with the second of those draft choices, but neither head coach Hue Jackson or chief decision-maker Sashi Brown were in attendance on Thursday. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
03/16/17 - Clemson's Deshaun Watson put on an impressive show for NFL teams, making the case at the Tigers' pro day that he should be the first quarterback taken in next month's draft. Watson went through a crisp workout for scouts and evaluators for all 32 teams, including three head coaches: Tennessee's Mike Mularky, Chicago's John Fox and Pittsburgh's Mike Tomlin. Watson, the Heisman Trophy runner up this year, completed 54 of 62 throws at Clemson's indoor practice facility. Most throws were quick strikes and right into the hands of guys like Mike Williams, Artavis Scott and Jordan Leggett - all who helped the Tigers win the national championship. "Once again, he showed why he's the best," center Jay Guillermo said. "You don't get another Deshaun Watson. He had a good day." Watson thought so, too. "I just thought I'd throw the ball, do what I've got to do," Watson said. "I had fun with my guys one more time."

Watson said he expected to meet with seven or eight NFL teams for interviews and workouts before the draft. He is in a quarterback competition with North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky and Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer to be the first QB off the board. Watson has been projected to picked anywhere from No. 3 overall to the bottom of the first round. Watson did not run the 40-yard dash, do cone drills or any workout other than throw. The practice facility grew very quiet as the 6-foot-2, 215-pound Watson took snaps. When he let the ball go, though, people could hear the zip. "You hear it whistling in the air," Guillermo said. "I turned back to him one time and said, 'Man, you're slinging it.'" - AP Sports

03/07/17 - NFL Combine Cliffhangers: If not Trubisky, then who? Just as he did the past two years in national title showdowns with Alabama, Clemson's Deshaun Watson showed off his remarkable ability to raise his level of play when the lights shine brightest. Scouts knew he could run (4.66 in the 40-yard dash) but few expected that he would look as polished as he did in the five- and seven-step drops and be the most accurate passer during passing drills. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
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