Don't sleep on Deshaun Watson, he'll come back to haunt you.
Deshaun Watson led Clemson to two national title games against Alabama, winning one. He's projected to be drafted after Mitchell Trubisky, who started just 13 games for the North Carolina Tar Heels during his collegiate career.
Watson, like any true competitor, has news for any team that doesn't draft him first.
In an interview with NFL Network, Watson issued the following threat:
"You're gonna have to live with the consequences that come with it. That's how I see it," Watson responded. "I try to stay in my lane. I try not to take the path. I respect Mitch and what he's done and all the hype he's getting, but at the same time, my result speaks for itself. I feel like I've accomplished everything that I could. I guess if that's who they're gonna roll with, so be it."
Watson showed he has what it takes to win at the collegiate level, but many wonder if his skills will transfer to the NFL. Scouts see Trubisky as the No. 1 quarterback prospect in the 2017 NFL Draft, and is likely to be taken ahead of Watson.
Don't be surprised to see Watson give it his all when facing the team that drafts Trubisky ahead of the Clemson star.