"I think that caught a lot of people by surprise, but I love the pick," Harris told reporters this week, per NJ.com. "He was one of the best players in college football last year, and you can never have enough good players, no matter what the position. He adds another piece to that D-line, which was already awesome. He'll be making my job a lot easier.
Still getting used to life with new coach Todd Bowles and general manager Mike Maccagnan, Harris acknowledged "the players have no idea what the coaches and general manager are thinking (during the draft)," adding: "We watch it just like everybody else."
Harris might have been caught off guard, but Maccagnan pulled off a coup landing Williams. Nobody expected the big-bodied terror to be on the board when New York hit the clock.
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