Deshaun Watson High School Career (Gainesville High School) Watson was electric in high school, and he set many state records with over 17,000 total yards and 218 total touchdowns throughout his career.

As a junior, Watson led Gainesville to a state championship, and was a USA Today All-American in 2013.

Watson was courted by numerous colleges, but eventually signed with Clemson. He was ranked the number one quarterback recruit for the 2014 class by ESPN 300.

Deshaun Watson College Career (Clemson Tigers) In his sophomore season, Watson led the Clemson Tigers to the championship game against Alabama, and were ultimately defeated.

Watson got his revenge in his junior year, where the Tigers played Alabama in the College Football Playoff national championship for a second straight year. 

Thanks to an incredible performance from Watson, Clemson won the championship game.

It was Watson’s first NCAA national championship and second national championship win including high school.

Deshaun Watson NFL Career Watson was selected with the 12th overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans. 

A chunk of Watson's rookie season was sadly lost due to a torn ACL, but in 7 games he displayed amazing playmaking ability,

cementing his status as a franchise cornerstone. Watson was back in action for the start of the 2018 regular season,

where he made his first Pro Bowl in 2018. Watson threw for 4,165 yards and 26 touchdowns in his first fully healthy season, leading the Texans to an 11-5 record.

DESHAUN WATSON PERSONAL LIFE Raised by a single mother, Deann, Watson has two brothers and one sister.

He is dating Jillyann Anais Moor, and does not have any children.


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