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28 James White RB
Height/Weight: 5-10/206 | Birthdate: 2/3/1992 | Birthplace: Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA | Team: New England | College: Wisconsin | NFL Experience: Rookie | Owned/Started%: 0/0 | Average Draft Position: 143.23
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Projections
RushesRushYdsRushTDCatchesRecYdsRecTDFPTS
2014 Season - Average88.5378.04.021.5182.01.071
2014 Season - Dave Richard90351416120056
2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg87405427244286
Current Player Ranking: 56
 
 
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07/09/2014Jordan Lynch, RB CHI
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Patriots already liking rookie James White
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/25/14) Patriots running backs coach Ivan Fears didn't hold back on talking about their rookie rusher James White

"I like his running style," Fears said per the Boston Herald. "He runs like a big guy for a little guy. He plays big. He's a great person. He works hard. He works hard off the field, to study, to learn, to do the things we need him to do. We'll see what he's like when the pads come on. Right now, he's doing everything right. It's hard not to be in love with him."

Originally assumed to be the backup for Shane Vereen, White could also handle backup duty behind Stevan Ridley if needed. White had 1,444 yards on 221 carries with 13 touchdowns at Wisconsin last season. 

James White 'a threat for touches in every phase'
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/9/14) Patriots rookie running back James White could end up taking away touches from Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen, reports the Boston Globe. White "has quick burst and patience to wait for blocks to develop, a combination that often leads to positive yards," the paper said, noting White fumbled only twice in college.

A sixth-round pick out of Wisconsin, White "also has soft hands as a receiver and sound blocking technique in pass protection, making him a threat for touches in every phase of the game."

The paper projects White as the No. 3 back, ahead of Roy Finch and James Develin.

Patriots rookie James White to complement Vereen?
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/8/14) Patriots rookie running back James White has worked exclusively in a role similar to that of Shane Vereen so far this offseason. ESPN says he's shown "generally reliable hands" and has been a smooth route runner but hasn't done anything as a rusher. That's partially because the team hasn't worked on the run game since there haven't been any full-pad practices.

While it looks like White will be a backup to Vereen this season, the site also says White shouldn't be overlooked as a rusher.  

How might the Patriots RBs shake out?
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/24/14) Stevan Ridley led all Patriots running backs in snaps played the last two seasons, but ESPN believes that nothing will be handed to him and he'll have to earn his keep this year. Additionally, ESPN thinks Ridley would not have led the backs in snaps had Shane Vereen stayed healthy for a full season. Vereen played nearly as many snaps as Ridley as it were. 

The belief from ESPN's Mike Reiss is that there will be a tandem situation "if everyone is healthy, with the numbers trending heavier toward Vereen."

Behind Ridley and Vereen are Brandon Bolden and rookie James White. Either one of them could earn decent playing time with a strong training camp and/or turnover issues from Ridley or Vereen. 

 

Sounds like James White is a third-down contender
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/23/14) Speaking on SiriusXM NFL Radio on Thursday, Patriots coach Bill Belichick described sixth-round pick James White as the kind of back he'd normally use in third-down situations.

"White was a very productive player at Wisconsin. He averaged six yards per carry, which is really hard to do in any league, especially in the Big Ten," Belichick said. "Versatile player that can run inside, run outside, can catch. He's very smart. I think he'll help us in pass protection and in pass routes, so just another guy for the quarterback to throw to as well as a guy who can create some space and give us plays in the running game." 

White could also work in rushing downs if need be -- he clearly didn't have a problem doing that at Wisconsin last year when he tallied 1,444 yards on 221 carries with 13 touchdowns.

 
 
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