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Kevin White is heading into his 4th year, and has played 5 games. His short career has been plagued by injuries, and most people have already written him off as a bust. His contract will expire at the end of this season, so now is a great time for him to prove his doubters wrong.

White was drafted 7th overall in 2015 from West Virginia. White played 2 years there and was impressive in those two years. He played 23 games and totaled 144 receptions for 1,954 yards with 15 TDs on 13.6 yards per catch.

 

He lead the Big 12 in receptions in 2014 with 109, which was 3rd overall in the league. He was 2nd in the Big 12 with 1,447 yards in 2014 which was 6th in the league. White had an overall impressive college career which hasn’t quite translated to the NFL so far.

Judging off of his college career and reports from Bears training camp this offseason, a fully healthy Kevin White is set up for a big year. But does all this mean he isn’t a bust? Personally, I don’t think he’s a bust until we’ve seen at least 1 fully healthy season from him.

 

 

Photo: Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune

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