Yes, I have Watt going ahead of Jordan because despite Jordan's strong week at the Senior Bowl, I don't see him having elite potential.
Jordan is the superior athlete and I think he's going to be a very good pro. But I think his potential is more in line with someone like Antonio Smith in that he'll be a good pass rusher and good run stopper, but not great in either.
I think Watt has the potential to be a better run defender and probably just as good a pass rusher, which I think gives him higher upside, and I think is closer to an Aaron Smith type of 3-4 DE.
But Jordan at the same time has a lesser learning curve because he's used to playing in a 3-4 scheme, while Watt will be converting from a 4-3 scheme at Wisconsin.
Those guys could easily flip flop as until Watt declared, I had Jordan as a projected Top 20 pick.
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