2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JUSTIN WATSON: Pennsylvania, 6025 213 4.42. Four-year starter from Bridgeville, PA. All-Ivy League honors for four straight years and a two-time finalist for the Walter Payton Award for the FCS player of the year. Has a good frame and NFL caliber body and was a four-year production machine at Penn. Good size, hands, and versatility. Skill set best translates inside but he can also play on the outside. Has enough speed to stretch the seam and to separate on crossing routes. Route running comes easily to him. Hips look natural sinking into routes, popping out with good timing and ability. Above average run after catch ability. Smart kid who picked up the offense quickly and was able to play multiple positions at the East-West Shrine game. He will need route work to create separation consistently against NFL level competition. Has a great character and work ethic to put the necessary time in to elevate his game. Worth taking a chance on early in day three. Was Penn’s career leader in receptions (286), receiving yards (3777), receiving touchdowns (33), and all-purpose yards (4116). In the Ivy League career rankings for league play Watson finished first in receiving yards (2675), second in receptions (214), and fourth in receiving touchdowns (22). 2017 stats: 81-1083, 13.4 ypr, 14 TD. Pro day numbers: 20/BP, 10-4/BJ, 7.00/3 cone, 11.33/LS. Fifth/sixth round. (A-33 1/2, H-9 1/4, VJ-40, SS-4.19).