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Video: Deshaun Watson Was Reportedly Asked To Leave A Tuscaloosa Bar By An Alabama Player

Former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson was reportedly not given a kind welcome at an establishment in Tuscaloosa on Friday.

Deshaun Watson, who helped lead Clemson to a national title victory over Alabama this past January, likely isn't a very popular man amongst Crimson Tide fans - or the team's former players. But what you'll see in the below video probably takes things a bit too far.

In the clip, shot by Twitter user @doctor_59, Watson is at the Innisfree Pub in Tuscaloosa. The woman speaking in the video makes it clear that Watson was asked to leave by someone. SBNation is reporting that the establishment itself claims it didn't ask him to leave. The Twitter user who posted the video says it was former Alabama player Ryan Anderson who told him it was "time to go."

In the clip, you can hear the woman apologize to Watson on behalf of her fellow patrons.

Here's another video, which reportedly shows Anderson and former Alabama player Wallace Gilberry saying something to Watson.

For the record, it's unknown why Watson was in a Tuscaloosa bar.

Watson is expected to be one of the first quarterbacks taken in this year's NFL Draft, while Anderson himself is ranked as one of the top ten linebackers in the class. So it's likely that they'll meet again someday - on the playing field.