I'd be much higher on Jordan White if he weren't 24 years of age (as only a rookie) due to 6 years of college eligibility. For example, Stephen Hill is only 21 years of age with (hopefully) 3 years of NFL experience before turning 24 (Jordan White's current age). With all that said, this kid seems to be a real talent though. And you're right, also caught a boat load of college passes.
306 career receptions with West Virginia University. Put consecutive seasons of monster production (2010 and 2011). During the 2010 season, he put up 94 receptions, 1,378 receiving yards and 10 TD receptions. Last season, he put up 140 receptions, 1,911 receiving yards and 17 TD receptions.
Do you know the 3 w/r's that came from Miss. Valley St,
Tenn-Chattanooga and Marshall are right?? If a guy is a player the college don't matter..
Barring injury, Jeremy Kerley will be the slot receiver. A bad offseason may be true, but the results on the field are hard to argue with. He had great hands and really stepped after we found out that Mason hated Mark Sanchez, Brian Schottenheimer and their incompetence. If Sanchez could have utilized him to his fullest there would be no debate about the starting slot receiver this season.