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Cal running back graduate transfer Tre Watson announced Sunday night that he will visit LSU on April 27th. Per SECCountry.com:
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Watson, a 5-foot-11, 205-pound California native, was heavily recruited by West Coast and Pac-12 programs coming out of Centennial (Calif.) High School back in 2014. He chose the Bears over fellow in-state option UCLA.

Watson appeared in 37 games for Cal, starting in eight. Through his first three seasons, he amassed 1,297 yards and 8 touchdowns in addition to 348 yards and 5 touchdowns receiving. Watson played in only two contests as a senior last season before suffering a knee injury that cost him most of 2017. The NCAA granted him an extra year of eligibility.


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These Tigers will have a blitzing defense and a sir air offense. Might be undefeated hosting Bama
Reply8 months
Can we have their QB too?
Reply8 months
Bring him in and let him compete. Worst case, we are keeping him off someone else’s roster.
Reply8 months
The thirst is real!
Reply8 months
Every story focused on Cal should be accompanied by a pic of Allison Stokke.
Reply8 months
yes indeed
8 months
How do you thing Watson can be used in this offense?
Reply8 months
Experience
8 months
Probably as a running back.
8 months
How do you recruit a guy who has only been in a spread formation, if you don't know what kind of style your offense will be?
Reply8 months
You being a USC fan and bitching about this? Why do you care?
8 months
You say, "He'll hand you the ball and you just run".
8 months
Most overrated team in college football? That team would most definitely come from out West where a team like USC wins 1 NC and claims to be a dynasty. Lol.
8 months
Pac12 south
Reply8 months
Couldn't hurt and hey I like these grad transfers. It's like a junior sticking around for his senior year. He would be a nice complement to CEH. I think they know they have a good one in Clyde but with Curry being so young this guy could add some physicality and smarts to our back field. I wouldn't mind if LSU did this every year as long as they're a serious talent. We could probably add another CB next year or a couple of JUCO AA's. I like these additions myself. GT
Reply8 months
Too bad Harold Joiner didn't want to come to LSU.
Reply8 months
If they can add him depth is a fine thing to have.
Reply8 months
You have depth. There are five backs on the roster.
8 months
Yes...you have five, all with very little experience..and they are still recruiting. This tells me they are not completely confident in the 5 they have.
8 months
This is what happens when your recruiting class is a fail
Reply8 months
So according to you Chris Curry and Tae Provens who both have numerous SEC and other major offers at RB are "fails"? It is far more likely that you are one of the bashers on this board and have an agenda to whine and bitch no matter what occurs.
8 months
Yeah. You go get grad transfers to remedy the situation. The shame of it all.
8 months
Reel him in Coach O!!!! Go Tigers
Reply8 months
Would look good in purple and gold. Come on done
Reply8 months
grad transfer U
Reply8 months
When CNS was building depth at MSU LSU and UA he did it with JUCO transfers.
8 months
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