How will White follow his Heisman season?
Mel Kiper takes a look at the top NFL prospects taking to the college gridiron in 2004, as well as some juniors who could shake up the draft.
Q: Where do you see Oklahoma QB Jason White getting drafted next year, if at all?
Bill, Abilene, Texas
White has suffered ACL tears in both knees and gone from a mobile scrambler to a pure drop-back passer, but he has good size (6-3, 221) and a good arm to go with his quality leadership ability. None of his physical skills jump out, though, and even if he has another season equal to the 3,846 yards and 40 TDs he piled up last year he still probably rates as a third or fourth-rounder because he does not have the high upside potential of a lot of other QBs.
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