|Player||Pat White - QB - West Virginia|
|Pick||Round 2, Selection 12 (44 Overall)|
|Combine Stats||Ht: 6002v Wt: 202v Forty: 4.57v|
|Chris Steuber Ranking|| |
#55 out of 357 overall
#4 at QB
White is a gifted athlete who can alter a game in many ways on the field. He lacks ideal size, but his vision and playmaking ability make him stand out. He has a strong arm and can read a defense, but he struggles with accuracy and touch. He's better on the move than in the pocket. He's a game breaker who's dynamic in the open field. He's a tremendous leader; a player others look up to.
|Tom Marino's Ranking|| |
#57 out of 501 overall
#5 at QB
|Adam Caplan's Flash Analysis||With this selection, it's a good bet that they will continue with their Wild Cat formation next season. RB Ronnie Brown doesn't have a strong arm, so White can see at least 5-6 plays each game in that role. And they are light on depth receiver so he can work his way up into the rotation as time progresses.|
|Profile||Pat White's Profile on Scout.com|
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