Georgia commitment getting bigger and stronger

<b>Coleman Watson</b> plays tight end now, but he has the ability to play several positions at Georgia. Where he ends up will be entirely up to him.

Coleman Watson is the lone tight end on the BorderWars 101 Team, and he may not ever play a down at that position at his chosen school of Georgia. At 6-6 he has an excellent frame and great feet, but as he keeps getting bigger, he may find himself playing on the offensive or defensive line.

"I got back from eating with my brother the other night, and I stepped on the scale and it said 270," said Watson with a laugh. "That was with all of my clothes on and everything; I way about 263 right now. I was up at Georgia this weekend, and every time I'm up there I talk with the tight ends' coach (David Johnson). He tells me that I can come in and play tight end if I'm in good enough shape. That's where I want to play. Our last game is this weekend, and then I start a weight and conditioning program. I want to work hard and get a lot faster. I want to get my weight down to about 250, and then build it back up to 260 with muscle."

Watson is the type of athlete that will be an asset at any position he chooses. It sounds like he has his mind made up to work hard and stay at tight end.

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