Former Miami Dolphins QB Pat White, who flamed out after one season, wants another shot at NFL
White had a decorated career at West Virginia, winning 34 games in four years as a starter and becoming the only quarterback in NCAA history to win four bowl games. He was also a dual-threat quarterback before they became the rage in the NFL, passing for 6,049 yards and rushing for 4,480 yards, with 56 TD passes and 47 rushing touchdowns.
Many scouts and experts warned that he was too short and skinny for the NFL – he is listed at 6 feet and 190 pounds – but his running ability mesmerized Bill Parcells and the Dolphins, who drafted him 44th overall to revolutionize their “Wildcat” package.
Pistol Offense brought him back.