"I definitely plan on taking a
Steve Watson Jr. has the rare combination of size and speed that will make him a threat at the next level. At 6'4, 240 pounds the big TE can also run a 4.7 40. He's a playmaker on defense and he can be used at numerous places on the football field.
He currently has offers from:
"Right now I'm not really sure
where I want to commit to but
Watson, like most recruits in the
"He's a great guy. I've become pretty good friends with him over this entire process. He's told me a lot about the school," Watson Jr. said.
No matter where this prospect goes, one thing is for sure, he wants to play and he wants to play within his first few years of arriving at a program.
"Whether I'm going to play or not is really what I'm looking for. I don't want to go into a school and not play until my junior year," Watson Jr. said.
Watson Jr. said he's open to red-shirting a year if that's what the coaches want.
In case the name sounds familiar, Watson Jr.'s dad, Steve Watson actually played for the Denver Broncos in the 80's and is now a part of the coaching staff for the Broncos.
If you've followed quotes from Dan McCarney at all in the past few seasons, you'll remember that he loves recruiting coach's sons. That's another big plus for Watson Jr.
As a junior, Watson Jr. was named first team all-conference and honorable mention all-state by the Denver Post.
"My team actually went to the state championship and we lost. The season before we won the state championship so we've been in championship games in back to back seasons."