Over the next 12 days, West Virginia WR Kevin White will visit the Jets, Rams, Bears and Giants.
West Virginia WR Kevin White "is a big athlete who can run, jump and catch better than many receivers already in the NFL," according to NFLDraftScout.com's Frank Cooney.
Twenty six prospects will attend the 2015 NFL Draft.
ESPN's Todd McShay writes that West Virginia WR Kevin White "isn't going to string together multiple moves in the open field, but he displays good vision as an open-field runner and is quick to transition upfield."
West Virginia G Quinton Spain is visiting the Steelers on Monday, according to Bob Labriola.
West Virginia WR Kevin White is visiting the Jets and Giants this week, according to Ian Rapoport and Manish Mehta.
West Virginia WR Kevin White notes that he'll have private meetings "with at least the Tennessee Titans (No. 2 overall pick), New York Jets (#6), Chicago Bears (#7), New York Giants (#9) and St. Louis Rams (#10)," according to CBS Sports' Derek Harper.
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."
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora believes the Oakland Raiders will look to "diversify the offense" and draft West Virginia WR Kevin White at the No.4 spot.
West Virginia WR Kevin White most closely compares to Sammy Watkins in the 2014 class, according to Sharon Katz and John Parolin of ESPN Stats & Information.
Bleacher Report's Brent Sobleski reports that West Virginia WR Mario Alford will be working out for the Atlanta Falcons on Wednesday.
ESPN's Kevin Weidl compares West Virginia WR Kevin White to Julio Jones.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that West Virginia WR Kevin White has only one scheduled visit, and it is with the Titans.
West Virginia WR Kevin White said he should be chosen over Alabama's Amari Cooper because "I think I bring a lot more to the table."
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock says West Virginia's Kevin White "has the highest ceiling of any wide receiver in the draft."