For better or for worse, Marcus Williams had a memorable 2017 season.
Williams was drafted by the Saints in the second round of last year’s draft out of the University of Utah. The hope was that New Orleans would add Williams’ ball-hawking abilities along with fellow draftee Marshon Lattimore to Vonn Bell and Kenny Vaccaro and create a young, stout, turnover-inducing secondary that rivals that of any other team in the league.
That goal came to fruition.
Williams wasn’t just along for the ride that was the Saints defensive turnaround, as he was one of the catalysts. Starting 15 games, Williams’ four interceptions was second to only Lattimore and he broke up an additional seven passes en route to an All-Rookie team selection.

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