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Pat White
QB #5
Height:
6-0
Weight:
190
Age:
30
College:
West Virginia
Hometown:
Mobile, Ala.
Experience:
2

Transactions:

  • Originally selected by the Miami Dolphins in the second round (44th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.
  • Released by the Dolphins on September 4, 2010.
  • Signed by the Washington Redskins on April 3, 2013.

Transactions:

  • Originally selected by the Miami Dolphins in the second round (44th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.
  • Released by the Dolphins on September 4, 2010.
  • Signed by the Washington Redskins on April 3, 2013.

 

PRO:

  • Joins the Redskins in 2013 having previously appeared in 13 career games, all as part of the Miami Dolphins in 2009.
  • Entered the NFL as one of the most accomplished college quarterbacks in FBS history, becoming the first FBS quarterback to win four bowl games.

 

2009 (DOLPHINS):

  • Saw action in 13 games as a rookie.
  • Attempted five passes and added 21 rushes for 81 yards.
  • Made NFL debut playing quarterback in a reserve role in season opener at ATL (9/13), going 0-for-1 passing along with one rush for no yardage.
  • Had one rush for six yards vs. NYJ (10/12), picking up a first down in the Dolphins’ final series of the game to rally from a 27-24 deficit to a 31-27 win.
  • Was 0-for-1 passing and added six carries for 45 yards, including a season-long 33-yard run, at NE (11/8). The 33-yarder was the second-longest run by a Dolphins quarterback in team history.
  • Entered vs. PIT (1/3) in the second half following an injury to Chad Henne and was 0-for-2 passing along with five carries for 27 yards.

 

COLLEGE:

  • Four-year letterman and three-year starter at West Virginia.
  • At the time of his graduation, his 34 victories ranked sixth in NCAA history for most career victories as a starting quarterback.
  • Completed 507-of-783 pass attempts (64.8 pct.) with 56 touchdowns and 23 interceptions in his career.
  • Ended career with NCAA record for rushing yardage by a quarterback with 4,480 yards.
  • Became the seventh player in NCAA history to rush and pass for more than 3,000 yards during a career.
  • Totaled school- and conference-record 103 touchdowns.
  • Established 19 school, Big East Conference and FBS college records.
  • Was the first starting quarterback in NCAA history to win four bowl games.
  • Started all 12 games in which he played as a senior in 2008, completing 180-of-274 pass attempts (65.7 pct.) for 1,842 yards with a career-high 21 touchdowns and just seven interceptions.
  • Finished second on the team with 974 rushing yards and eight touchdowns on 191 carries (5.1 avg.).
  • Started 13 games as a junior in 2007, completing 144-of-216 pass attempts (66.7 pct.) for 1,724 yards with 14 touchdowns and only four interceptions.
  • Was second among the nation’s quarterbacks in rushing, gaining a career-high 1,335yards with 14 touchdowns on 197 carries (6.8 avg.).
  • Finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy balloting.
  • Earned team MVP honors for the second straight year.
  • Named as an All-Big East Conference first-team selection and the league’s Offensive Player of the Year.
  • Joined tailback Steve Slaton (1,015 yards) as just the second tandem in NCAA history to rush for more than 1,000 yards each in the same season twice in a career.
  • Started all 12 games in which he played as a sophomore in 2006.
  • Completed 118-of-179 pass attempts (65.9 pct.) for 1,655 yards with 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions and had 1,219 rushing yards on 165 carries (7.4 avg.) with 18 rushing touchdowns.
  • Named as an All-Big East Conference first-team pick, the league’s Offensive Player of the Year and team MVP in his first full season as a starter.
  • Appeared in 12 games with five starts as a redshirt freshman in 2005, completing 65-of-114 pass attempts (57.0 pct.) with eight touchdowns and five interceptions.
  • Ranked second on the team in rushing, gaining 952 yards with seven scores on 131 carries (7.3 avg.).
  • Was a consensus Freshman All-American and Freshman All-Big East Conference first-team choice.
  • Led school to Sugar Bowl win over Georgia.
  • Redshirted as a freshman in 2004, but traveled with the team relaying signals to the offense.
  • Graduated in 2008 with degree in liberal arts.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended Daphne (Ala.) H.S.
  • Finished third in the “Mr. Football” voting by the Alabama Sports Writers Association as a senior.
  • Named as first-team All-State Class 6-A quarterback, rushing for 1,905 yards and 31 touchdowns. Passed for 1,488 yards (59-for-118) and 15 touchdowns.
  • Also pitched and played in the outfield for three seasons, leading the baseball team to a pair of state championships.
  • Was selected four times in the MLB Draft: Anaheim Angels in the fourth-round as an outfielder in 2004; Angels, again, in 2007; Cincinnati Reds in 2008; and the New York Yankees in the 48th round in 2009.
  • Was the first three-time winner of the West Virginia Amateur Athlete of the Year Award (2006-08) and also similarly honored in 2006-07 in his native Alabama.
  • Full name is Patrick Christian White.
  • Born on Feb. 25, 1986, in Mobile, Ala.

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