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On National Signing Day, high school players get their first taste of the spotlight of big-time athletics, which can be a lot for an 18-year-old to handle. Luckily for them, J.J. Watt has some advice.

By Extra Mustard
February 04, 2015

On National Signing Day high school players get their first taste of the spotlight of big-time athletics, which can be a lot for an 18-year-old to handle. Luckily for them, J.J. Watt has some advice.

Watt knows a thing or two about disregarding rankings, as he came into college as a two-star recruit and left a second-team All-America, and recently won his second NFL Defensive Player of the Year award.

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