An anonymous NFL scout told ESPN that West Virginia WR Kevin White is "not going to make his living with his quickness" and will "have to work on bump-and-run and on releasing versus an NFL corner."
"Physically, he's got what you want: size, speed, hands, competitiveness," the scout said. "Because he was a juco transfer and a nonqualifier out of high school, he's going to have to show that he has the ability to understand, repeat and make changes. I think he has that in him, but he's going to have to convince people in the league." Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus passed along that White broke 25 tackles in 2014, one shy of the FBS best. "He does a great job of creating late separation when the ball is in the air," wrote ESPN's Todd McShay. "He uses his body to shield defenders and has very good body control. He made a lot of tough, contested catches on tape in 2014." Added Mel Kiper Jr.: "If there were questions about White's aptitude or work ethic, I think his 2014 season put most to rest. He completely transformed himself, getting stronger physically and becoming more adept as a route runner."