J.J. Watt is just like you and I, only he’s nearly 6’7” and 300 pounds with very little body fat. He’s also immensely talented, which is why the Houston Texans drafted the former Wisconsin Badger 11th overall in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Watt had a brilliant rookie season capped off by two brilliant playoff games. In their win against the Bengals, Watt intercepted a pass (he’s a defensive lineman with hands!) and took it back for a score. In the next game, he recorded two sacks but the Texans fell to the Baltimore Ravens.
It’s the offseason for Watt, however, which means he’ll want to improve on his strength, stay in shape and perhaps work on a few new defensive line moves for the upcoming season. Oh, and he’s clearly getting his Golden Tee game in order as well.
Watt and his Golden Tee crew were out and about this past weekend and passed along a shot of the future Pro Bowler over the trackball. We’re not quite sure how his game is (yet), but we do know that he could likely squat this game with relative ease if he wanted to.