http://host.madison.com/sports/blog/article_5e6cadfa-0d1b-11e0-abbe-001cc4c03286.html The Badgers have two first-team selections in senior tight end Lance Kendricks and junior defensive end J.J. Watt. That confirms what I've heard about how much NFL scouts like Kendricks, who lost out on the Mackey Award given to the nation's top tight end, to D.J. Williams of Arkansas. It also shows why Watt will have a tough time returning for his senior season. Watt spent a lot of time thinking about his future during a recent trip to California to receive the Ronnie Lott IMPACT award for contributions by a defensive player on and off the field. "It's something that I have talked about with my family," Watt said of his NFL decision. "It's something I have been looking into very heavily. Obviously, it's kind of a decision I have kinda put on the back burner now after my trip to California (is over). "That was my last time to think about it and now I am just 100 percent focused on the Rose Bowl because we need to go out and win this football game."