Kevin White enters 2016 with high expectations
ESPN's Jeff Dickerson believes that Chicago Bears WR Kevin White is the "best newcomer" to the NFC North despite 2016 technically being his second year in the league. White missed the entire 2015 season with a stress fracture in his shin.
Kevin White is poised to have an outstanding sophomore season in 2016 after missing his entire rookie year with a stress fracture in his shin. Barring any further setbacks, White is slated to start opposite Alshon Jeffery on Chicago's pass friendly offense and if his hype holds true, he is in store for an 80 plus catch year in 2016. Jeffery will likely garner the opposing defense's top corner leaving the No. 2 to cover White, who is said to be a No.1b wide receiver opposed to a No. 2. Consider White a low-end WR2/WR3 with the upside of finishing the year ranked in the top 15-20 range in fantasy points scored at his position.