Williams was one of the players featured in the doc, being sold hard to NFL teams by his fledgling agent Eugene Lee. Lee worked his tail off for Williams, making sure his name stayed on the forefront of NFL GM's minds as this year's draft barreled on. Williams was finally picked by the Giants in the sixth round.
Shortly after, Jacquian upgraded his representation to ProStar Sports, leaving Lee with little to show for his efforts.
Williams, who is rapidly becoming a fixture in the Giants' defensive plans, has now dumped ProStar in favor of NFL superagent Drew Rosenhaus, who also represents another Giant from South Florida, DE Jason-Pierre Paul.
Jacquian contends the documentary does not tell the whole story. They never do. But he enjoyed it nonetheless.
“If I go back, everything would be a lot better,” Williams told our Mike Garafolo today. “I’d definitely know how to deal with it and I wouldn’t be going through agents and stuff because I’d have a better chance. But at the same time I didn’t have people coming toward me and now I have more people coming to me and I can weave through it…”
On another front, WR Mario Manningham has also switched over to Rosenhaus. Mario is in his contract year and Rosenhaus is known for getting the most out of teams for his clients. He is also known for taking drastic measures and prolonging negotiations.
"I just want to play the rest of this year," Manningham told ESPN.com. "If it comes to that, then it comes to that. But I want to play the rest of this year and not think about it."