"It's a nice fit," Watt said of the Eagles. "That's what I was looking for and I found it."
Last season, Watt averaged 15 points and 9 rebounds but offensive numbers aside, Watt has carved out quite a reputation for himself on the defensive side of the ball. At the 2003 Pangos All-American Camp, he was awarded a spot in the main all-star game based largely on the defensive job he did on Dorell Wright, a DePaul commitment and Top 20 2003 prospect.
"I see myself fitting in well [at Boston College]. "Defensively, I play an aggressive style and I'll bring a lot to the table and I think they see that. I'll keep working hard and I'll get better."
Watt said that he was looking at Marquette and Illinois State.
TheInsiders.com's Jeff Goodman contributed to this story