Clemson-bound Deshaun Watson won the second round of throwing accuracy competition on the opening day of Elite 11 Camp at Beaverton, Ore. on Friday, but it wasn't enough to bump Texas A&M commitment Kyle Allen, who claimed the early lead by winning the opening round.
Allen, from Scottsdale, Ariz., was named first-day Golden Gun. The competition will continue today at the Nike world headquarters. The Elite 11 competition is being held in conjunction with The Opening, which gets underway on Monday.
Clemson senior quarterback Tajh Boyd is serving as one of four counselors for the Elite 11 camp, along with 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M, David Fales of San Jose State, and Devin Gardner of Michigan. All four counselors also participated in the throwing drills on Friday.