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2015 NFL DRAFT
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Stan White Jr.

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 252 | College: Ohio State
 
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Overview

White's ability as a lead blocker and special teams performer will get him a look at the NFL level. With the traditional fullback role nearing extinction, however, White will struggle to find a niche.

He did not have a single carry the past two seasons with the Buckeyes, so he is traditional fullback type in every sense of the word. However, coach Jim Tressel said last season that White's versatility as an adequate receiver was key because it prevented defenses from knowing exactly what the Buckeyes would run when he was in the game.

Tressel also considered White an excellent role model for the team's younger players.

Analysis

Positives: All-American bloodlines (father is former Ohio State linebacker Stan White, who played for the Baltimore Colts). Graduated early and enrolled in graduate school. Good runner and receiver who came to Ohio State as a linebacker, moved to tight end and then settled at fullback. Cerebral lead blocker. Knows his assignments and those of all others on the offense. Rare size for the position. Physical at the point of attack. Rarely used as a receiver, but shows soft hands and understands route-running. Good overall athleticism for the position. Standout special teams performer.

Negatives: One-dimensional fullback used almost entirely as a human battering ram. Caught a career-high eight passes in 2006 for a total of 57 yards. Started each of the past two seasons for the Buckeyes at fullback, yet leaves with zero rushing attempts.

Career Notes

Gained 78 yards on 11 career receptions in 48 games with the Buckeyes … Received the John W. Galbreath Award for excellence in academics.

2005 Season

Locked down the starting position at fullback … played in all 12 games and recorded 10 or more minutes in four of the Buckeyes last five games … his three receptions came against Penn State, Indiana and Minnesota … his longest catch of the year was 11 yards at Penn State.

2004 Season

Saw action in 10 of the Buckeyes' 12 games (did not play against Indiana or Penn State) … made his first college start against Marshall … had six tackles with the special teams, with two of those stops coming at Iowa … played a season-high nine minutes against Cincinnati … received the team's prestigious John Galbreath Award at the postseason banquet, given annually to the team's top academic performer.

2003 Season

Saw most of his action with the special teams, but did play some "H" back … logged seven minutes against Michigan State and five against Indiana … played in 12 of the 13 games (he did not play against San Diego State).

2002 Season

Redshirted. Reported to camp as a linebacker, but helped fill a void on offense by switching to tight end … played on the scout team.

Injury Report

No injuries reported.

Agility Tests

Combine: Did not receive an invitation.

High School

Was a first-team all-state selection and was one of the most highly recruited outside linebackers in the country … totaled 153 tackles, including 17 tackles for loss as a senior … also picked off three interceptions and had 14 passes broken up … a standout in both basketball and baseball (following in the footsteps of his father at Kent Roosevelt High School).

Personal

Is the son of Stan Sr. and Patty White, both of whom are Ohio State graduates … following graduation from Ohio State, his father played for the Baltimore Colts and then served as a television commentator … his sister Amanda is a Stanford graduate and competes as a tri-athlete.

 
 

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