Fresno State’s Paul Watson, right, covers San Jose State’s Brandon Mitchell during their game last season at Save Mart Center. Watson has been playing the three at times for the Bulldogs this season and “he has done well,” coach Rodney Terry said, adding: “The next phase is he’s learning how to use his length, so he doesn’t have to always feel like he has to crowd a guy. He can use his length. He’s 6-7. He’s a long dude on the perimeter.”
Fresno State’s Paul Watson, right, covers San Jose State’s Brandon Mitchell during their game last season at Save Mart Center. Watson has been playing the three at times for the Bulldogs this season and “he has done well,” coach Rodney Terry said, adding: “The next phase is he’s learning how to use his length, so he doesn’t have to always feel like he has to crowd a guy. He can use his length. He’s 6-7. He’s a long dude on the perimeter.” ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file
Fresno State’s Paul Watson, right, covers San Jose State’s Brandon Mitchell during their game last season at Save Mart Center. Watson has been playing the three at times for the Bulldogs this season and “he has done well,” coach Rodney Terry said, adding: “The next phase is he’s learning how to use his length, so he doesn’t have to always feel like he has to crowd a guy. He can use his length. He’s 6-7. He’s a long dude on the perimeter.” ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file

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