16. Jacksonville Jaguars - J.J. Watt, Wisconsin Badgers
Aaron Kampman isn't getting things done in Jacksonville, his injury concerns are there and will remain there. The Jaguars cannot afford to place their hopes on him once again going into 2011. Tyson Alualu was the pick last year, and he was a perceived reach, but he paid off well and played at a high level on the inside for them, but he'll need some help when it comes to applying pressure on the quarterback. You can only abuse offensive linemen in run blocking for so long before you realize you're losing many opportunities to bring down the quarterback because you don't have a pass rusher to take advantage of the havoc being caused by Alualu.
So it comes down to who they can bring in on the defensive line, and many are trying to pick between Ryan Kerrigan and J.J. Watt, but to me the choice is clear, and Watt is the pick. Watt will never stop going, and he'll take advantage of every opportunity given to him by Alualu on every single defensive snap of the game. Kerrigan has some more polished and technical moves, but Watt will feature similar production with a much higher ceiling when it all comes down to it.
Watt has been compared to the likes of Richard Seymour and I can easily see that type of production. People are running with Kerrigan, but I don't see it. Watt is far and away the better prospect and he will be the pick for the Jaguars if he's available at sixteen, much to the chagrin of a couple upcoming teams who would definitely like to attain his services.