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CU Buffs top commit re-opens recruitment

  Craig Watts Jr., a four-star defensive back out of St, Petersburg, Florida, has re-opened his recruitment after having been verbally committed to the University of Colorado since September. Watts visited this past fall and quickly committed right after his official visit. The 5-foot-10, 181-pound corner was the highest rated prospect in CU’s 2016 class. pic.twitter.com/jzyaWhEkY6...
Via BSN Denver
January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

4-star Craig Watts Jr. commits to Colorado over OSU, WIS

Craig Watts Jr. is a four-star safety prospect in the 2016 college football recruiting class and made a shocking decision on where to play. He took to his personal Twitter account to announce that after discussing things with his family he was committing to the Colorado Buffaloes over schools like the Ohio State Buckeyes and Wisconsin Badgers. After Talking It Over With My Parents...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 28, 2015  |  Discuss

CU Buffs get a blue-chip commitment

  Craig Watts Jr., a four-star defensive back out of St, Petersburg, Florida, began his official visit to the University of Colorado just over 24 hours ago and apparently that was all he needed to pull the trigger on committing to the Buffs. After Talking It Over With My Parents I'm Proudly Committed to The University Of Colorado #CU16#Buffs pic.twitter.com/dPBOs4nUQq — Craig...
Via BSN Denver
September 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Blue-chip corner opens recruitment, Buffs in the mix

  Less than a month ago, four-star cornerback Craig Watts Jr. committed to the Wisconsin Badgers. Despite that commitment, he decided continue on with a scheduled unofficial visit to Boulder just one week later, because his coach had already paid for the trip. The trip was a great from a Watts, and a Colorado standpoint, he explained to Adam Munsterteiger of Buffstampede.com that...
Via BSN Denver
July 10, 2015  |  Discuss

4-star Safety Craig Watts de-commits from Badgers 2016 class

Well, that didn’t last long… After just under a month of being the highest rated commitment in the Badgers 2016 football class, 4-star safety Craig Watts announced his decommitment from the program (per Badger247). After talking it over with my family and Wisconsin coaches. I chose to decommit from Wisconsin and reopen my recruitment . — Craig Watts Jr. (@NoFlyZone_2016)...
Via Madtown Badgers
July 10, 2015  |  Discuss

2016 4-Star Safety Craig Watts Jr. Announces He’s De-Committed From Wisconsin

Craig Watts Jr., a four-star safety in the 2016 class, announced this afternoon that he has de-committed from Wisconsin.  The 6-foot, 180-pound prospect out of Saint Petersburg, Fla., originally committed to the Badgers over Ohio State, Florida State and Florida, among other programs. He’d been pledged to Wisconsin since late June.  Watts Jr. announced the news on Twitter. ...
Via College Spun
July 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Badgers double dip with Top247 Safety Craig Watts’ commitment

Wisconsin reeled in one of the two biggest fish on its recruiting board early on Saturday, just hours later it got even more good news. That’s because according to Badger247, Top247 safety Craig Watts gave his own verbal pledge to head coach Paul Chryst and Co. The commitment came in the middle of Watts’ four-day visit to UW, where he was also participating in the two-day camp...
Via Madtown Badgers
June 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisconsin Football: Badgers Land Second 4-Star Player Of The Day, Florida Safety Craig Watts Jr.

Today is a big one for Wisconsin football recruiting. Earlier, Green Bay native Cole Van Lanen gave his pledge to his home state Badgers. Now, Wisconsin has dipped into the Sunshine State to pick up a commitment from another four-star player, safety Craig Watts Jr. I’m Blessed to Say that I’ve Committed to the University of Wisconsin #Onwisconsin @WeBelieveInMe_ @BadgerFootball...
Via College Spun
June 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Chargers practice squad player suspended game for PED violation

  The NFL has suspended San Diego Chargers practice squad player Craig Watts without pay for four games for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances. Watts is not eligible to join the active roster until the day following the fourth regular-season or postseason game of his suspension. Watts is a guard. The suspension was announced Wednesday.
Via Associated Press
December 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Chargers’ OL, Craig Watts, joins the Lightning Round Podcast to talk Bolts’ football

Today’s Lightning Round Podcast includes our guys @GarrettSisti and @HoyleSports discussing moving forward from the Denver game with a trip to South Beach looming. You won’t be shocked to hear their reaction to the departure of Richard Marshall. The guys are joined by a very special guest, Craig Watts (@Cwatts64) of the Chargers’ offensive line. Feel free to comment and download...
Via cover32 - Chargers
October 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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