Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky

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Mike White - 2018 NFL Mock Draft

Scouting Report: Mike White

2018 NFL Mock Draft

DraftGeek’s Mock Draft

School: Western Kentucky Position: Quarterback Class: Junior Height: 6-4 Weight: 225 lbs Projected Draft Round: 4-7

Scouting Report:

A rare blend of arm strength and accuracy, White has the chance to shoot up draft boards this season if he can continue to show consistency in Western Kentucky’s explosive offense. Has good size, and thus far his primary weapon has been his cannon arm that has shown surprising accuracy (57%+ completion rate of passes of 20+ yards). Didn’t start playing serious football until his senior year of high school, where he shined. He began his college career at South Florida, and then transferred to Western Kentucky. White had tremendous success for two years, and then the team took a substantial step back after a coaching change. An under the radar prospect, he could be a later riser on draft boards, as teams will discover that his best tape matches what they are looking for in an NFL QB.

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  1. Mike White seems like one of those quarterbacks in the NFL that you never hear much about in the draft process. Then when he get to the NFL, people wish their quarterback starved team would have drafted him. Forget all of the standard physical measurements; he is “good enough” in those area. His strength from what I have seen; at least in the pre-draft process, is decision making and accuracy. Decision making can be hard to decipher, because who he is playing with and against in college can skew the results, but it is almost everything in the NFL, with accuracy being a necessary counterpart. Decision making is usually tied to work ethic and time spent in the film room, which also seems to be necessary for a successful NFL quarterback. a la Tom Brady.

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