|Morris says Deshaun Watson will play against Georgia|
|Senior Writer - Tuesday, July 15, 2014 6:19 PM-||
Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris was asked about the red-shirt situation with freshman quarterback Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson
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"Deshaun Watson wasn’t going to red-shirt anyway," Morris said at Dabo Swinney's media outing. "He wasn’t going to red-shirt. He was that good and he was going to play whether Chad Kelly was here or not. That was the consensus from the get-go and that was the consensus after watching him the first couple of practices in the spring. We knew that he was going to be special. He is going to play this year and he is going to play at Georgia. Now, what is his role and how much will he play that is all to be determined through the progress. Cole StoudtCole Stoudt
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Watson suffered a slight crack in a collarbone near the end of a spring scrimmage in April and was sidelined for three weeks and also missed Clemson's Spring Game.
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