New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore and running back Alvin Kamara made history last season when they became just the second pair of teammates to sweep the NFL Rookie of the Year awards, with Lattimore claiming the defensive honor and Kamara claiming the offensive title.
The two young players hope those are just the beginning of their accolades in the NFL.
"We talk about it all the time, we're just trying to be the best," Lattimore said Monday during Kamara's youth football camp at Tad Gormley stadium. "You know we won rookie of the year. We're trying to win like Defensive Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year. We're going to see."
Kamara obviously didn't have to train for the combine this year, something rookies need to do before the NFL Draft. That training leaves less time for football technique. Kamara went on to say this offseason felt long because of fewer demands.