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Bolts Notebook: Switching Things Up
The Chargers have made a few key changes over the last couple weeks, resulting in back-to-back wins
-by Nov 26, 2014
Rams-Chargers Injury Report
St. Louis will be without two rookie cornerbacks
-by Nov 22, 2014
Watt nabbed by Chargers in third round
Three-year starter joins former Irish teammate Manti Te'o in San Diego…
-by May 10, 2014
2014 NFL Draft Top 100
Jadeveon Clowney holds the top spot in the 2014 NFL Draft Top 100 prospects.
-by Jan 16, 2014
Turn the Page
Kelly comments on Nix, Tuitt, Golson, injuries, and the dual-purpose of bowl preparations ...
-by Dec 8, 2013
The Mainstay
Martin approaching record for games started; could fall just short of games won as an Irish starter.
-by Nov 14, 2013
At First Glance
Jones the MVP, both Saturday night and on the season to date
-by Nov 10, 2013
Kelly Q&A: Pittsburgh Prep
Kelly comments on injuries, Folston and the junior runners, and preparing for a sloppy field
-by Nov 7, 2013
Necessary Ingredient
Watt's return essential as Irish interior prepares for the season's toughest test to date...
-by Nov 7, 2013
Line readies for "one-man wrecking crew"
Martin and Watt both note Donald's film study, power and quickness in evaluation of Panthers star DL
-by Nov 7, 2013
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OG/DT #66 Chris Watt - Junior Highlights

Chris Watt
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 280 40: 5.1
Position: OT, DT
Date of Birth: 08/17/1990
Year: Class of 2009
High School: Glenbard West HS
(Glen Ellyn, IL)
College: Notre Dame

2009 HS Football Rankings (full list):
Pos: OG Pos Rank: #1 Pos Rating: Player Evaluation:
 Drive Blocking Skills
 Nasty Streak
 Pass Protection
One of the best run blockers in the Midwest. Watt gets to the second level as well as any lineman in the country. He is a devastating run blocker. Works well in pass pro and in space, but lets defenders into his chest, which when playing against bigger opponents could give him problems. Great foot speed and agility for a big guy. Will be a very solid interior lineman at the next level.

Chris Watt says he can bench press 325 pounds, squat 450 and has a 26-inch vertical jump.

Watt reports an impressive 4.3 core GPA (with honors classes) and is taking the ACT in April.

Watt: "I'm really aggressive at the point of contact. I finish my blocks really well too. I play physical and am a real competitor. I don't quit until the whistle is blown.

"I work out like four or five times a week and I'm always trying to improve my strength. I'd love to get bigger and faster at the same time. I'm also working on my pass blocking and my overall technique."

Schools of Interest:
SchoolInterest LevelOffer? Attended Camp?Visit DateSigned LOI?
Notre Dame Verbal Yes   12/05/2008
Illinois No Interest Yes   None  
Michigan No Interest Yes   None  
Michigan State No Interest Yes   None  
Northwestern No Interest Yes None  
Ohio State No Interest Yes   None  
Wisconsin No Interest Yes   None