Watt is already anticipating the Week 16 matchup with his brother, Pittsburgh Steelers first-round pick T.J.
The Pittsburgh Steelers selected Wisconsin linebacker TJ Watt with the 30th pick of the draft.
The elder Watt played one season with Brown at Central Michigan before transferring to Wisconsin.
Since the Steelers put him in charge of making the picks in 2000, Kevin Colbert has been highly successful overall in drafting players.
"Really during that semester off it was like okay, I realized what I had given up and what football really truly meant to me", said Ramczyk. At 6 feet 4 inches tall, he has the time and potential to add quality weight to his frame to be more of the fully-rounded end they are hoping for. But T.J. does have a similar trait as his brother: a tireless work ethic.
Watt earned first-team All-American honors by ESPN.com and Sports Illustrated, with second-team All-American selections by the Associated Press, CBS Sports, and Fox Sports.More news: Lightning wins, waits, watches to see if playoffs are possible
Oh sure, he can speed past an offensive tackle and split double teams just like another former Wisconsin star with the same last name and similar skillset as a pass rusher.
Speaking on a conference call with Pittsburgh media, J.J. Watt said his brother "plays with so much energy and passion" and will "only get better". Not bad for a player who arrived at Wisconsin in 2013 as a tight end and didn't switch to defense until 2015.
The Watt family tree only extends so far in Pittsburgh.
From one National Football League star to another, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is asking Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown to treat his little brother, first-round pick T.J. Watt, like any other rookie.
I feel this is a player that can contribute early. Personally, I didn't see this type of athleticism on tape-I'll have to watch more.
Wide receiver wasn't considered a high priority, especially after Martavis Bryant was given conditional clearance this past week to return from his one-year suspension. There are a lot of things that can go right or wrong in not always predictable ways, so I think it's helpful to try to look at issues by seeking out the boundaries of the likely positive or negative results.