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Team

Deshaun Watson
QB #4
Height:
6-2
Weight:
221
Age:
22
College:
Clemson
Experience:
R

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Selected by the Houston Texans with the 12th pick in the first round (12th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.
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Selected by the Houston Texans with the 12th pick in the first round (12th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.

CAREER AT CLEMSON:
Played three seasons (2014-16) at Clemson (S.C.) University
Put up record numbers and guided Clemson to consecutive College Football Playoff appearances, with the school’s second National Championship in 2016
Led Clemson to 28 wins over his final two seasons and compiled a 32-3 record as a starter,  which was the best winning percentage in school history for a quarterback
Two-time Heisman Trophy finalist; finished third in the 2015 balloting with 148 first-place votes and second in 2016 with 269 first-place votes
The first ACC player to finish in the top three of the voting on multiple occasions
Two-time recipient of the Davey O’Brien Award, one of only four quarterbacks who can make that claim, and the first since Oklahoma’s Jason White in 2003,04 ... also two-time winner of the Manning Award
Finished third in ACC history in total offense (12,094), behind only NC State’s Philip Rivers and Tajh Boyd
Threw for 10,163 yards and 90 career touchdowns
Tops in Clemson history in career completion percentage (.674), passing efficiency (157.5) and total offense per game (318.3)
In his career in the fourth quarter, passed for 16 touchdowns with only two interceptions
 
HONORS:
CFP National Champion (2016)
National Championship Game Most Valuable Offensive Player (2016)
Fiesta Bowl Most Valuable Offensive Player (2016)
Capital One Orange Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player (2015)
Scout.com National Player of the Year (2016)
First-team All-American by AFCA, Associated Press, CBS Sports, ESPN.com, Football Writers Association and USA Today (2015)
ACC Player of the Year (2015)
ACC Champiionship Game Most Valuable Player (2015)
Second-team All-American by AFCA and Associated Press (2016)
Second-team All-American by Sporting News, Sports Illustrated and Walter Camp (2015, 2016)
One of four quarterbacks to win the Davey O’Brien Award twice (2015, 2016)
Manning Award (2015, 2016)
All-ACC Academic Team (2015, 2016)
Johnny Unitas Award (2016)
Bobby Bowden Award (2016)
Walter Camp Player of the Year finalist (2015, 2016)
Maxwell Award semi-finalist (2016)
Maxwell Award finalist (2015)
Heisman Trophy Finalist (3rd - 2015, 2nd - 2016)

2016 (Clemson):
Turned in one of the most decorated seasons in college football history, including being named a Heisman finalist and National Championship Game Most Valuable Offensive Player after leading Clemson to its second National Championship
Set Clemson records by throwing for 4,593 yards and 41 touchdowns
Completed 67 percent of his passes and accounted for 5,219 yards of total offense, 10 more than his total from the 2015 season
Accounted for 50 touchdowns in all, with nine rushing scores
Completed 75.5 percent of his passes in November, with 12 touchdowns against four interceptions for a passing efficiency of over 168
Earned Davey O’Brien Award Quarterback of the Week, Walter Camp Player of the Week and ACC Offensive Back of the Week honors vs. Louisville (10/1) after tossing five touchdown passes in dramatic win
Led the Tigers to come-from-behind win at Florida State, making him the first Clemson quarterback to defeat Florida State in consecutive tries
Set ACC record with 580 passing yards in defeat vs. Pittsburgh (11/12), in which he was 52-70 for a 74 percent completion rate against the Panthers
ACC Offensive Back of the Week and Manning Award Star of the Week following six-touchdown performance vs. South Carolina (11/26)
Posted 463 yards of total offense and four total touchdowns to lead Tigers to dramatic 35-31 win over Alabama in the National Championship Game (1/9/17)
Provided winning score with touchdown toss to WR Hunter Renfrow with one second remaining

2015 (Clemson):
Became Clemson’s first winner of the prestigious Davey O’Brien and Manning Awards
First player in FBS history with at least 4,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in a season
Finished fifth nationally in completion percentage away from home (67.9) and fifth in overall completion percentage (67.8)
Third nationally among quarterbacks with 1,105 rushing yards
One of two Tiger quarterbacks to rush for 1,000 yards in a season
Broke QB Tajh Boyd’s single-season school record for total offense (5,209)
A clutch player, he was 53-of-74 (71.6%) for 652 yards and four touchdows in the fourth quarter on the season
Threw for season-high 420 yards and accounted for all four touchdowns in win vs. Boston College (10/17) and its No. 1 ranked defense
Walter Camp Foundation Offensive Player-of-the-Week after compiling 437 yards of total offense and accounting for six touchdowns (five passing, one rushing) at NC State (10/31)
Produced ACC Championship Game records with 420 yards of offense and five total touchdowns (three passing, two rushing), leading the Tigers to their 15th title in a the 45-37 win over North Carolina (12/5)
His yardage total marked the most total offense by any FBS player in a conference title game
Set National Championship Game record with 478 yards of total offense, including a passing total of 405 yards and four touchdowns vs. Alabama (1/11/17)

2014 (Clemson):
Completed 93-of-137 passes for 1,466 yards and 14 touchdowns against only two interceptions in 330 snaps over eight games (five starts)
Completed 67.9 percent of his passes and had a 188.6 pass efficiency rating (best nationally among players with 125 attempts)
Tallied 200 yards and five touchdowns on 63 carries
Set school records for passing yards, passing touchdowns, passing efficiency, completion percentage and total offense by a freshman
Made his collegiate debut at No. 12 Georgia Tech (9/30) and completed 2-of-4 passes for 59 yards and one touchdown against no interceptions
Named ACC Rookie of the Week after going 19-for-28 for 266 yards along with 30 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries at No. 1 Florida State (9/20)
Set 12 school records in his first career start in which he completed 27-of-36 for 435 yards and a school-record six touchdowns along with 28 rushing yards against North Carolina (9/27)

PERSONAL:
Four-year starter at Gainesville (Ga.) High School
Set state career records for total offense yards (17,134) and total touchdowns (218)
Notched 13,077 passing yards and 155 touchdowns along with 4,057 rushing yards and 63 touchdowns in his career
Set the state career records for passing touchdowns and total offense yards by the end of his junior season
Named state player of the year as a sophomore, junior and senior, and earned Gatorade Player of the Year honors in Georgia as a senior
Amassed 4,431 passing yards and 57 touchdowns against only five interceptions along with 1,057 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior
Logged 5,700 total offense yards and 64 touchdowns, including 4,024 passing yards and 50 touchdowns, as a junior
No. 16 player and No. 1 dual-threat quarterback in the nation by ESPN
No. 31 player and No. 1 dual-threat quarterback in the nation and No. 2 player in Georgia by Rivals.com
Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game and Under Armour All-American Game
Earned undergraduate degree in communication in December 2016

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