T.J. Watt   #90 OLB

Height: 6-4   Weight: 252   Age: 24

Born: 10/11/1994 Waukesha , WI

College: Wisconsin

Experience: 3rd season

High School: Pewaukee HS [WI]









Combine 2017


  • 40 Yard Dash4.69 Secs
  • 60 Yard Shuttle11.2 secs
  • 20 Yard Shuttle4.13 secs
  • Vertical Jump37.0 inches
  • Broad Jump128.0 inches
  • Bench Press21.0 reps
  • 3 Cone Drill6.79 secs


Produced at high-end level with just one season of full-time football. Has desired length for the edge with room to accommodate more size. Attacks blockers with early arm extension and utilizes push-pull technique to upset their balance as his pet move against run and pass. Outstanding hand play in his game. Disruptive as first man in on twists. Always ready to leap into passing lane and deflect the throw. Strikes fast and early to create leverage points. Rarely has helmet involved in play and is constantly searching for the ball. Understands art of quick disengagements and can flatten out against outside run. Has good agility to clear trash near his feet and pursue the ball. Functional in space when asked to cover. Can get skinny when shooting gaps and has decisiveness and pursuit quickness to crash down the line and close-out cutback lanes. Consistent, wrap-up finisher as tackler.


Not overly twitched-up as an athlete. Short strider who lacks explosion out of stance and up the field to bend the edge as a pass rusher. Foot quickness is average and needs to win with technique and great hand play. Won't generate enough acceleration to crank up speed-to-power rush with consistency. Plays with a narrow base. Needs to play with more consistent bend to play through redirection by offensive line. Will have to add power in his base to hold point of attack against tackles. Pass rush menu will need more options against NFL tackles.