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Watson Visits, Plays Waiting Game
Jevante Watson profile "My visit went really good," said Watson. "Jay Hughes was my host and he's a real cool guy. I liked him a lot." Despite the year long recruitment by area recruiting coach John Hevesy, this weekend brought the Bastrop standout to campus for his first Bulldog experience. "This was my first time to visit the campus and I liked everything about it," said Jevante. "It's a real big campus and everything is real nice. "They have a big field and it just seems like your down in it. I just liked everything." Watson had the chance to speak with the Bulldog coaching staff about the possibility of joining the fold in the near future. "They told me that they have to see how the numbers work out," said Jevante. "They are going to see who all is going to get in and who they are going to sign and get back with me in like 24 hours." Should a spot be available, Watson reports it would be hard to turn down. After meeting with Coach Dan Mullen, the talented corner is eager to learn if he will be wearing the Maroon and White next fall. "Coach Mullen told me he likes how I play," said Watson. "He said they have to see how everything looks before they let me know anything. "He told me that they are going to call me and talk about everything with me after they have their meetings."
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