Youth1 Member 2028 ATH Andre Watson Jr. College Offers Update | Youth1

Youth1 Member 2028 ATH Andre Watson Jr. College Offers Update

Here at Youth1 we enjoy celebrating the best in youth sports. What makes our platform special is the ability to help athletes gain national exposure for their talent on the field.

We love to hear when our members and athletes we cover accomplish their goal of receiving a college offer.

With that said let's celebrate the accomplishment of 2028 ATH Andre Watson Jr. who currently holds 4 D1 offers. His offers are from some of the best programs in the nation, including Rutgers, Penn State, Florida A&M, and Clemson.

Watson is a versatile athlete with talent to make plays from all over the field. His tantalizing ability with the ball has made him one of the premier athletes in the 2028 class. 

The sky's the limit for Watson, as we are sure many more college programs will be offering him in the future.

Check out our interview with Andre Watson Jr. below.

We want to feature all of your offers on and in our social media, but we need your help. Give us a heads up when you make a visit or get an offer! You’ve earned huge praise for those big achievements, let us do the work for you!

Be sure to email us at with “(Your Name) Offers” in the subject line.



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