INDIANAPOLIS – Pat White says that when someone signing his NFL paycheck tells him to stop playing quarterback, that’s when he’ll let the position go. But after Sunday, NFL coaches might not be in such a hurry to put the brakes on White’s development as a passer.
Left out of the conversation among this year’s big-time quarterbacks, White put up what appeared to be the strongest throwing performance of this year’s combine. This coming from a player who had been projected as an Antwaan Randle-El type – a future NFL wideout with occasional passing gadgetry.
But after appearing to outshine USC’s Mark Sanchez in drills, he might have changed some minds.