As they've done in years past, the NFL will allow each team to invite back one of their former players to announce a specified draft pick. This year, said players will be on the stage to announce all Round 2 picks for each NFL team, and getting the honor for the New York Giants is former first-round pick Shaun Williams.
Each team will have a former player announce its second-round pick next Friday. Giants going with Shaun Williams.— Dan Graziano (@DanGrazianoESPN) April 23, 2015
Williams, who spent eight seasons with the Giants before moving onto the Carolina Panthers in the final year of his career, is an interesting choice for the Giants' announcement if for no other reason than his name has not been spoken in quite some time.
Currently the defensive coordinator at William Paterson University, Williams collected 476 tackles, 4.5 sacks and 15 interceptions over 104 career games. And while he never won a Super Bowl with the Giants (or Panthers), he was a part of the 2000 team that dominated the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship game.Read more... Join the Conversation...