Appeared in 18 matches, including 17 starts, and was selected All-ACC First Team after playing a big role in the midfield... logged 20 minutes off the bench in the season opener versus USF (8.27)... started and played 73 minutes against No. 1 Louisville, firing two shots including one on frame (9.2)... started and played 100 minutes in a double OT contest with Oregon State, firing off one shot on goal (9.4)... took three shots, including two on frame, and assisted on the game-winning goal in the 43rd minute against Clemson (9.9)... took two shots and one on target vs. UNC (9.16)... was slapped with his second career red card at Duke (9.23), which forced him to sit out a match against Winthrop (9.25)... took two shots against Davidson in his first match back from a red card suspension (9.28)... struck for a golden goal in the 110th minute to defeat Virginia Tech, 1-0, with his first career goal (10.1)... had two shots on goal in a 5-2 win at NC State (10.22)... charged with his third career red card at Maryland (11.3)... suspended for ACC Quarterfinals and NCAA Tournament First Round matches due to conduct cards... made NCAA Tournament debut in the Deacs' Second Round match at James Madison (11.20)...
Named to first team Top Drawer Soccer All-Rookie Team ... Earned All-ACC Freshman Team accolades ... Played in 18 games, including 16 starts, and had an assist ... Made collegiate debut against Seton Hall (9.3), playing 45 minutes ... Recorded first collegiate assist in Wake's 2-1 win against Clemson (9.10) ... Sat out game at Charlotte (9.14) after receiving a red card in second half of Clemson match ... Attempted first shot of collegiate career at Virginia (9.18) ... Tied for the team high with two shots against College of Charleston (9.21) ... Had two shots, both on frame, in win at Davidson (11.2).
Enrolled in Wake Forest in January 2010 ... Has extensive international experience, seeing time with the U17 and U20 U.S. Youth National Teams ... Played and was a captain with the U.S. U17 team at the FIFA U-17 World Cup held in Nigeria ... Named an NSCAA/adidas Youth All-American in 2008 and 2009 ... Ranked as the 17th best recruit in the country in the class of 2010 according to Top Drawer Soccer ... Member of National Honor Society.
Born February 3, 1992 ... Son of Steve and Sherry Watts.