Johnny White Scouting Report
Johnny White
Johnny White - North Carolina (HT: 5-9⅞ - WT: 209)
Combine 40: 4.56 - Position Rank: 21 of 35

Positives: Has quick feet, can shake a tackler in the open field... Does a great job of keeping his legs moving through the hole, pushes the pile forward... Runs angry, wants to punish defenders... Hard to knock off center, runs with a good base and has great balance... Patient runner, waits for his blocks to set up... Good pass blocker, anchors well and takes on his assignments... Very good hands out of the backfield, a former wide receiver who also understands how to run precise routes... Has the ability to line up in the slot... A hard worker, a gym rat who is always trying to get better... Named North Carolina's MVP of the offseason strength and conditioning program in 2010... Great special teams player, has experience returning kickoffs and punts... Spent two years at cornerback and receiver so he should only improve with NFL coaching.

Negatives: Less than ideal size, may struggle around the goal line... Lacks a second gear, can get chased from behind, has just average timed speed... Only has one solid year of production, isn't really proven as an elite talent on the field... Inflated his stats this year with two large outbursts against the weak defenses of East Carolina and William & Mary, accounting for 304 of his 720 yards on the season... Has very short arms... Suffered a broken collarbone in November, 2010 in a game against Florida State forcing him to miss the rest of the season... Limited upside, likely only a third down option.

    Rushing   Receiving
  246 1262 5.1 76 8   47 510 10.9 51 1
2007 North Carolina   95 399 4.2 21 0   15 159 10.6 36 0
2008 North Carolina   2 0 0.0 0 0   1 -3 -3.0 -3 0
2009 North Carolina   19 143 7.5 40 1   7 66 9.4 25 1
2010 North Carolina   130 720 5.5 76 7   24 288 12.0 51 0

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