It was a lot of fun when everybody said that Jordan Williams should go to New Orleans since former Ball State receiver is making noise with the Saints.
It's even more fun now that it's actually happening.
Former @BallStateFB star Jordan Williams (@JuiceWR8) tells me he's signed with the Saints. A reunion for him and @Willie_Snead4G in NOLA.— Dakota Crawford TSP (@DakotaCrawford_) April 30, 2016
The Second Team All-MAC receiver caught 200 passes over the course of his career, racking up 2,723 yards with 24 touchdowns. At 6-foot-3, Williams is a big target for any quarterback, let alone Drew Brees, who throws an excellent deep ball. One of his strong suits is being able to win the jump ball, has a 33.5-inch vertical, but doesn't have the most speed with a 3-cone drill time of 7.03 seconds.
The Saints did pick up a receiver in the NFL Draft: Michael Thomas from Ohio State.