Here's my question about Watson based on seeing him in limited action last year--how does he move laterally? Jumping high and running fast are important, and Ibi certainly has those attributes, but if a player is limited in terms of lateral quickness, it decimates their ability on the defensive end (hello, Aubrey Dawkins); conversely, guys who can move laterally can defend even if they're not the most "athletic" guys in the world (Stu Douglass, Zak Irvin). I saw Matthews in high school, and he has tremendous lateral quickness. X, based on what I saw last year, has it. Where Watson shows up in that area may determine how much he's going to play/contribute when the lights go on. I'd love to see him make it--saw him at the College Practice Camp in August, and he's a really good kid and hard worker, who has added greatly to his athleticism and strength (22 pounds of muscle over last year--he's cut).