Notes: Cousin of Hall of Famer Reggie White. Chris was a tight end-defensive end who also played basketball as a California prep before attending Los Angeles Harbor College for two years - caught 32 balls for 529 yards (13.5-yard average) and nine touchdowns in 2007 (eight games) and was the state's leading receiver in '08 with 80-1,235-11 (15.4) in nine games. With UK in '09, started 12-of-13 games and snagged 32-354-3 (11.1). Was a starter in 12-of-13 games in '10, catching 61-925-9 (15.2).
Positives: Excellent size and length, with long arms. Presents a big target settling into zones. Good leaping ability and can highpoint the football - effective in the red zone.
Negatives: Long strider with build-up and below-average speed. Is not sudden and cannot separate vs. man coverage. Inconsistent hands. Average production - did not make an abundance of splash plays. Not a crisp route runner - struggles to sink his hips and rounds out his breaks. Can be more physical as a blocker. Could take time adjusting to an NFL playbook.
Summary: Big, heavy-footed, straight-linish red-zone target whose best asset is his stature. Offers no special-teams value and would have to stick as a No. 5.