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nflscouting : 4/18/2017 11:55 am
Later in the week (Friday), when I get off the road, I will post scouting reports on Watt & Bowser. A lot of action in Rutherford on these two the last two weeks, so time to cover bases. Please refer questions on these two here & will answer when I get back.
Today, my visit to see the best QB draft prospect in the 2018 draft, Wyoming's Josh Allen (Darnold at USC is my top overall QB, but has two years left to declare)
Very curious about Watt  
Milton : 4/18/2017 11:58 am : link
He is on my short list of potential "surprise" choices by Big Blue in round one.
To Milton  
nflscouting : 4/18/2017 12:13 pm : link
They keep coming back to these two, more so than on Willis or Davis. I think Bowser is the better of the two, but Watt has that "it" factor I like when it comes to making plays cross field. I'm hoping he maintains weight & does not bulk up, as I think he has the feet to excel in the second level, sort of like a poor man's Clay Matthews. Bowser has a lot of Jamie Collins- ability to stack up at a variety of spots on the field. Fortunately, he does not have Collins' "not follow the rules" approach on the field & stays within his assignments
I have mentioned JJ Watt as possible at 23  
MasherJints : 4/18/2017 12:34 pm : link
I think he is flexible and coachable. He has his brothers intensity and determination in pursuit of the ball. I think that he may surpass Clay Mathews and is much stouter at the point of attack. He has the speed to play in space and drop into coverage, was just not asked to in the scheme at UW. My other choice though is Obi Melifonwu, he can be a beast in combination with Collins and D.Thompson.
RE: I have mentioned JJ Watt as possible at 23  
robbieballs2003 : 4/18/2017 12:54 pm : link
In comment 13432570 MasherJints said:
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I think he is flexible and coachable. He has his brothers intensity and determination in pursuit of the ball. I think that he may surpass Clay Mathews and is much stouter at the point of attack. He has the speed to play in space and drop into coverage, was just not asked to in the scheme at UW. My other choice though is Obi Melifonwu, he can be a beast in combination with Collins and D.Thompson.


JJ would cost too much. Haha.
Watt looks like a 3-4 OLB  
JonC : 4/18/2017 12:57 pm : link
to me.
I loved watching  
area junc : 4/18/2017 1:08 pm : link
Wisconsin's D last year. Watt really gets after it.

He'd play the exact same role Leonard Floyd would've. Not surprised to hear he's in the mix.

Would LOVE to add an animal like that to our D.
Watt  
Matt in SGS : 4/18/2017 1:17 pm : link
fits the role of the Giants drafting the "younger brother". Hopefully he'd be closer to Eli than to Sinorice Moss.
So they are very intentional on finding the " Joker " position  
Rjanyg : 4/18/2017 1:36 pm : link
They liked Floyd a lot as we know. Bowser seems like a solid pick. Most draft guides have him as a 2nd round pick though. Would he be considered a reach at 23?
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