WATCH: Deshaun Watson discusses draft, Clemson spring game

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Watson admires his rings at Saturday's spring game

Former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson held a camp in Columbia on Sunday, and WACH's Courtney King caught up with Watson.

Watson is expected to be a first-round pick in the NFL Draft later this month, and has been working out for several NFL teams.

He guided Clemson to consecutive College Football Playoff appearances, with the school's second National Championship in 2016, and led Clemson to 28 wins over his final two seasons. A two-time Heisman Trophy finalist; finished third in the 2015 balloting with 148 first-place votes and second in 2016 with 269 first-place votes and he was the first ACC player to finish in the top three of the voting on multiple occasions.

Watson compiled a 32-3 record as a starter, best winning percentage in school history for a quarterback. - Columbia, South Carolina

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