MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia’s pro day has drawn representatives from 25 NFL teams, most to get a deeper evaluation of multi-faceted QB Pat White.
White did not participate in any of the strength or running drills, choosing to stand on his draft combine performances in those realms.
White said he would run pass routes on Thursday and do wide receiver drills upon request. There were no requests. Though no one said they were told directly, one scout said West Virginia coach Bill Stewart quietly spread the word that White wasn’t going to go through wideout drills. In fact, the majority of the people who were in attendance to watch White left after he completed his throwing and weren’t there to see him do anything else but throw.
For more from White, he chatted live last week on NFL.com.
— Steve Wyche