WATCH: Deshaun Watson talks Trevor Lawrence, Clemson as a 'powerhouse'

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Watson calls Clemson a "powerhouse" program.
Watson calls Clemson a "powerhouse" program.

Former Clemson All-American quarterback Deshaun Watson was back on campus for a youth football camp he was hosting at the Clemson Indoor Facility.

The Houston Texans signal-caller spent some time with the media to talk about giving back, current Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence and the kind of program the Tigers have developed into since his time with the program.

Watson was asked about his advice for the freshman All-American QB Lawrence.

"Just continue to improve. Don't get comfortable," Watson said, "which he won't. He's the type of guy that loves to work and loves to grind and feels like he can always improve. Coach (Brandon) Streeter is going to continue to make sure he improves...He's going to be just fine and keep the right mindset."

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