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Size and speed makes Kevin White a unique prospect. He has the straight-line speed to get deep and the physicality to get off press coverage. He also goes up and takes the ball away from defenders. While he isn’t perfect, his hands are mostly good. His production also backs up his hype. He was one of the Big 12’s top receivers in 2014, catching 109 passes for 1,447 yards and 10 touchdowns.
White needs to show more fire in his blocking. He isn’t as smooth of a route runner as Amari Cooper is. He’s also not great in space. He can burn you when he gets going, but he doesn’t always do a great job of evading defenders in space. His only productive season was 2014, so you wouldn’t be wrong to label him a one-hit wonder.
Teams that value measurables will be all over White on draft day. In fact, from an attribute standpoint, you can make an argument he is the most imposing receiver prospect since Calvin Johnson.