Mike White is one of the more underrated passers in this draft. White transferred to Western Kentucky after a couple of years at South Florida. And to say that he panned out would be an understatement.
During his two seasons as the starter at Western Kentucky, Mike White was prolific. He completed 66.4 percent of his passes for 8,540 yards, 63 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions while leading the Hilltoppers to a couple of quality seasons. Moving forward, he will have a chance to develop into a very solid quarterback.
White has a nice 6-foot-4, 225 pound frame and he has a nice arm. While he might not be anything more than a Day 3 prospect, there’s a chance that with some development, he could turn into a starter. At the worst, he will be a high-level backup with a good frame. So, he may warrant a pick for the Redskins.
Either way, keep an eye on White. He could end up being a good NFL player and he will be a lower pick than he should be. For that reason, he could provide some nice value.