Roy Williams has been the head coach at North Carolina for 17 years. Starting in 2003, Williams has coached greats like Raymond Felton, Marvin Williams, Tyler Hansbrough and Danny Green — just to name a few. 

Williams has won 467 games at UNC and is this week’s guest on the March Madness 365 podcast. He and Andy Katz break down his past players in 10 categories, looking at each player’s best attribute.

Williams also talks about how he and his family are dealing with the current shutdown, his relationship with Michael Jordan and even breaks down who would be part of Kansas’ top players in different categories during his time as head coach there. 

Here are the 10 players that make up Roy Williams’ list:

The Quarterback — Kendall Marshall (Guard, 2010-2012)

Kendall Marshall lands here as Williams’ ultimate quarterback, or the player who had the best passing ability and court vision. Marshall averaged 7.2 points and eight assists per game during his time at North Carolina and helped lead the Tar Heels to a 2012 ACC regular season title before injuring his wrist in the NCAA tournament. 

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“He was definitely a pass-first point guard with just tremendous savvy and got the ball to the best shooters, had good players around him and he made them look really good,” Williams told Katz. 

The Clutch Gene — Marcus Paige (Guard, 2012-2016)