On Friday, video surfaced of former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson leaving a Tuscaloosa bar after he had apparently been asked to leave.
Later on Friday night, the bar that was serving Watson and his friends issued an apology for the incident.
Also on Friday night, a second video of Watson being confronted at the bar was released and it showed that two Alabama players were at the scene. Ryan Anderson and Wallace Gilberry are reportedly the two men in the video below that show them asking Watson to leave.
BREAKING: We have footage of Ryan Anderson and Wallace Gilberry telling Deshaun to get out of the bar pic.twitter.com/lZe002a8fW
— Barstool Clemson (@BarstoolClemson) April 1, 2017
Watson didn’t make a scene or draw any attention to himself when he left the bar. He and his friends simply got up and left the bar without causing a bigger incident.
The former Clemson quarterback is expected to be a high draft pick in this month’s NFL draft. Watson also had a lot of success against the Alabama defense in the past two national championship games, as he threw for over 800 yards and 7 touchdowns in the two games. The Crimson Tide won the first time they faced Watson, but Clemson knocked off Alabama the second time around.