Deshaun Watson has quickly earned respect from his peers.
Earlier this week, the second-year QB was ranked the league's 50th best player on the annual NFL Top 100 list.
Despite only playing seven games and making six starts before a season-ending knee injury, Watson threw for 1,699 yards and 19 touchdowns. Watson's 19 touchdowns in his first seven career games set a new NFL record, surpassing Kurt Warner.
Watson also had four games with three passing touchdowns in 2017, the most by a rookie QB since 1970.
The Texans are currently in their second week of OTAs and Watson continues to make progress in his rehab and recovery from injury, as he's been on the field with the team taking part in individual and 7-on-7 drills.