Have to admit most of my 2011 NFL draft knowledge will come from reading and listening to experts opinions as I only saw a minimal amount of live games.
There is however a few exceptions to this rule, and perhaps the most significant is former Wisconsin Badger defensive end J.J. Watt.
I must have seen Watt play at least four times, and each game he played like a true stud, including the loss to TCU in the 2011 Rose Bowl.
Watt has a fully charged motor for 60 minutes, and he will be sure to translate his talent from NCAA to NFL football without much difficulty.
He had an excellent combine, finishing near the top of every drill he participated in, and due to that impressive workout he may have moved from a top 20 pick to a top 12 pick.
One thing is sure whoever picks Watt wont be saying Watt have I done? They will be saying Watt a great pick.
I would love Watt to become a Redskin but I suspect Snyder will go Qb or Wr.