Clemson defensive tackle Josh Watson turning pro after season

Clemson assistant Tony Elliott and head coach Dabo Swinney near Clemson's Josh Watson during the first quarter at Maryland.

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Clemson assistant Tony Elliott and head coach Dabo Swinney near Clemson's Josh Watson during the first quarter at Maryland.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney announced after practice Wednesday that junior defensive tackle Josh Watson will graduate in December and turn pro.

He has totaled 34 tackles and one sack on the season. Watson's season-high in snaps (45) and tackles (5) came against Florida State.

Over his career, the Delaware product has totaled 88 tackles and four sacks, leading the Tiger d-lineman with 54 tackles last season.

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