The Green Bay Packers have a bit of a conundrum on their hands when it comes to who they should choose. One of the names that has come up more than a few times is defensive end Tj Watt. It's not a real surprise that Watt has been mentioned, to some degree it seems like the perfect fit.

The Green Bay packers are looking to shore up their defensive front seven. Watt is a defensive lineman who hails from Wisconsin and helped the Badgers' defense to become one of the best in the country last year.

Famous name

TJ Watt put up some pretty good numbers over the last year but the reason why the Green Bay Packers think this guy could be something special is because, in part because of who his brother is.

The famous brother in question is one of the best defensive players in the game. JJ Watt might in fact, be one of the best defensive players in the history of the NFL.

The Green Bay Packers feel as though TJ Watt might be able to find a way to channel the same kind of physicality his older brother plays with. If the younger Watt is able to find the same engine that he had at Wisconsin, it could be a very nice draft for the folks in Lambeau.

The big drawback

One of the issues, and why Watt isn't a slam dunk is because his 2016 season was a bit of an anomaly. He hadn't put up a kind of season like he had a year ago. The Green Bay Packers are going to be taking a risk, which is likely why they are making sure they area talking to this target while he works out at the NFL combine.

Acmepacking has a video of Watt talking about who he has been meeting with during the combine, as well as his personal expectations for where he's going to be drafted.It appears he has an understanding of just what it's going to take in order for him to make a go of having an NFL career. There is still some doubt the Packers, or anyone else are convinced Watt is going to be a first round pick.

The Pack has been thinking long and hard about drafting a running back or two but if they go defense, Watt appears to be a good choice.

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