Former WVU quarterback Pat White received another chance to show NFL scouts what he had as part of his Relaunch program. Last week, White threw at WVU’s pro day and sparked the interest of at least 10 teams. Yesterday, White stepped on to throw to Virginia Tech receivers in place of Logan Thomas, the current Hokie quarterback. Thomas wasn’t allowed to throw at the pro day because he’s still on the team as an underclassmen and isn’t going into the NFL Draft in April. White threw to Marcus Davis and Corey Fuller.
According to Twitter, there were at least 18 teams in attendance in Blacksburg, VA yesterday for the Hokies’ pro day. No teams were announced as the pro day was closed to the media.
White, who played just one season with the Miami Dolphins, can be signed by any team at any time. In our previous article, we told you that White was looking for another chance to get on the field, particularly at quarterback. He’s been asked before about moving to wide receiver, and while White said he would do what it took to get back on the field, he’s made it known that his heart is set on being under center.
With now two pro day appearances under his belt, his chances of making a comeback in the NFL keep growing.