By Adam Roberts
On Feb. 23rd wide out Jordan white will be the fourth Bronco in Western Michigan University history to participate in the National Football League Combine in Indianapolis, Ind.
On Friday, Feb. 24, White will register, go through hospital pre-exams and x-rays, orientation and interviews, all on the first day . Day two will be consist of measurements, medical examinations, media sessions, and psychological testing.
The Mid-American Conferences (MAC) all time leader in receiving yards (4,187) and receptions (306) White and the rest of the wide outs will finally be taking the field at Lucas Oil Stadium according to a press release from WMU Bronco Sports. White will run the 40 yard dash, go through the three-cone drill, vertical jump, broad jump, bench press, and run any thinkable route that NFL head coaches and general managers would like to see him perform to display what he may be valued at in the NFL draft.
Also according to WMU Bronco Sports, White will be wearing WO#44. He will be one of 47 wide outs, of those 47 wide outs, White will be one of six representing the MAC.
Fans will be able to follow the progress of White during the NFL Combine by exclusively following NFL Network. White is the sixth Bronco under Coach Bill Cubit to be heading to the NFL Combine. White will be joining former team mates James Blair, Louis Delmas, and Tim Hiller representing the WMU.
Also, Allan Boyko, Steve Neal and Greg Jennings former Bronco teammates as one of the few wide outs in WMU history to get a spot in event history at the NFL Combine.