2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TRE'DAVIOUS WHITE: LSU, 5111 191 4.51. Four-year starter on a defense that breeds NFL defensive backs every season. From Shreveport, LA. Permanent defensive team captain. Consensus All-America and first-team All-SEC choice. Wore the coveted number 18 jersey in both his junior and senior seasons. Productive, versatile, and consistent is part of the package White brings to the NFL. Good blend of skills, size, and speed. Very high football IQ. Can locate and track the ball in the air with no loss of balance or speed. Consistently in position after the snap and shows excellent reaction to the ball in the air. Cautiously aggressive at the point of attack when jamming the receiver. Plays with a good base and easy moving hips. Has all the lower body flexibility and quick twitch. Makes plays with the ball in his hands. A big time punt return prospect who returned 68 punts for 679 yards, right at 10.0 yards per return and scored three touchdowns. Can be exposed in deep coverage on an island. Needs more core strength. Limited explosion and leaping ability. May struggle with bigger and more physical receivers. He won’t ‘wow’ anyone with tools, but his ability to stay on the hip pocket and play with proper techniques will get him on the field early in his career. His best fit may be defending the slot, but he can easily be moved around depending on the situation. Senior Bowl notes: Good man skill and transition. Fluid in movement with a good turn and run. Physical in press coverage showing ability to lock out on a receiver. Mirrors cuts well. Recovers quickly if separated from wide receiver. Demonstrates the speed to cover deep. Injured his ankle Wednesday and did not play in game. 2016 stats: 35 T, 2 INT, 14 PBU. BTR:left 4.67, right 4.60. OSR:21/35. First round. (A-32 1/8, H-9 1/8, VJ-32, 22-4.33).