Report: Former Clemson WR accepts job at App State

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Former Clemson wide reciever Justin Watts has accepted the wide receiver coaching position at App State according to multiple reports.

Watts has been on Rick Stockstill's MTSU staff since the 2006 season as their wide receiver coach and recruiting coordinator.

He also had a three-year stint at Tennessee-Chattanooga (2003-2005) and also as a graduate assistant for Clemson for two years during 2001 and 2002.

Watts is one of the few Clemson football players to be a five-time letterman from the school as he had 51 catches for 561 yards for his career. He has a sports management degree from Clemson.

Wide Receiver at Clemson (1996-2000)

2001-02: Clemson (graduate assistant)
2003-05: Chattanooga (wide receivers)
2006-2013: MTSU (wide receivers & recruiting coordinator)
2013-2014: MTSU (wide receivers)

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