The G-Men drafted Boston College running back Andre Williams with the No. 113 pick in the NFL draft. Williams was a Heisman Trophy finalist after leading the nation with 2,177 rushing yards.
He's a downhill thumper that isn't quite as big as Brandon Jacobs, but brings a similar skill set. Williams doesn't figure to be on the field much during third downs; he didn't have a single catch last year at Boston College.
This is not your average fourth-round pick. Williams has a chance to play right away ahead of Rashad Jennings, Peyton Hillis, Da'Rel Scott and David Wilson, if he's healthy. Williams also isn't your average prospect. He's a poet that is working on a book called "A King, A Queen, and a Conscience."
"If it wasn't for football, I would probably invest in a couple cows and chickens, and go live in the bush and make my own cheese and live a simple life," Williams said to SI.com last year.
Another option: go live in the biggest city in the country.