The long list of accomplishments for Deshaun Watson grew longer late Wednesday night.
The former Clemson quarterback won the ESPY for best male college athlete. In college, he also garnered consensus All-America honors and a national championship, and was a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist.
Watson beat out Wake Forest soccer player Ian Harkes, Kansas basketball player Frank Mason III, Maryland lacrosse player Matt Rambo and Penn State wrestler Zain Retherford for the ESPY.
Watson, who was a first-round draft pick for the Houston Texans, led the Tigers to back-to-back national title games. A year after losing to Alabama, Watson and the Tigers got the job done after the 2016 season, winning in a rematch with Alabama on a last-second touchdown pass from Watson to wide receiver Hunter Renfrow.
Watson, a Gainesville, Ga., native, completed 67 percent of his passes for 4,593 yards and 41 touchdowns in his junior season. He also rushed for 9 touchdowns and 629 yards.
Watson also was nominated for best championship performance, an award claimed by Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant.