Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs wide receiver Justin Watson did a nice job using his hands to shed cornerback Carlton Davis on this play — not an easy task because Davis is very physical with his hands. Watson's greatest challenge at this next level will be the rise in competition from Ivy League to the pros. He'll put in the work though. Penn head coach Ray Priore told me that Watson was such a workhorse at Penn, that he attended every special teams meeting last year, despite not taking a single snap on special teams. Coaches from other sports at Penn wished Priore could clone him.

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