Summary: White essentially tripled his production in his senior season, which was his second with the Mountaineers after playing his first two college seasons at Lackawanna College (he had 36 receptions for 535 yards and six touchdowns there in 2012). In 2014, White ranked sixth nationally in receptions per game (8.4), eighth in yards per game (111.3) and sixth in total receiving yards (1,447).
Stacking up: After the combine, NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock ranked White as his top wide receiver. Counterpart and former scout Bucky Brooks ranked White second.
Quote of note: "There's a growing faction of scouts in the NFL who believe White is the next great thing at the position based on his size-speed combination and exceptional ball skills. He put on a show at the NFL Combine, and several teams view him as the top player in the group." — Bucky Brooks
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