And if he continues to have games like he did in the season opener, things won't quiet down for a long time.
"I ran for 319 yards on 33 carries and five touchdowns," said Watson. "But I have to get better."
The productive and efficient game came in Huskies' 60-42 win over Henderson (Nev.) Liberty, prepping for their matchup against Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure on Saturday.
The Bruins offered Watson after he committed to the Bears, and have been making a big push to get him.
"I got to see the Bruins kill it and I loved it out there," said Watson. "I got to see how the Bruins get down and I love it."
Watson said he's not turned any schools away just yet.
"I'm still staying open minded about the recruiting process and weighing my options," said Watson. "I'm just going to enjoy it and see what happens on National Signing Day. Right now, my main focus is on my season.
But does Watson still consider himself a commit to Cal?
"Yeah, no doubt, I'm still solid," said Watson.
Watson said that a couple of other Pac-12 schools are checking in, with two calling him on Sunday.