Here's a guy I've watched quite a lot of tape on and absolutely, positively and utterly fell in love with. Stop the presses, the Gigolo's having a man crush and he is not ashamed. We're talking OLBs and ILBs and CBs and OL depth ... but I say: Why not Pat White? The kid's born for the wildcat. I'm not talking perfect fit - I'm talking born. Why not Pat White? Put a second round flyer on the kid and you'll get an impact ST player, a talented WR prospect with heaps and heaps of potential and, most importantly, an archetypical wildcat "QB". I'll give the stage to my favorite internet draftnick Drew Boylhart who's put it perfectly: "Pat White is ... an excellent athlete. He is small for the QB position, but as a WR prospect, he has decent size, speed and quickness ... He is a very smart player and understands situational football ... Pat's impact position for the next level will be as a WR/ST player who could also play QB in a pinch. When Pat runs with the ball, he is very good at setting up blocks. He is the type of player that can impact for your team with a limited amount of touches in a game. ... I don't know what round Pat will be drafted in, but I do know that the team that drafts him will fall in love with this kid's talent and football intelligence. He should be an excellent special teams player the day after you draft him. There will be a bit of a learning curve as a WR, but believe me, it will not be that long. Pat has the potential to be a #1 WR. He reminds me a lot of Marvin Harrison (WR Indianapolis Colts). ... Pat White has passion when he plays football and leaves it all out on the field. I would think that a playoff team looking for an impact player for its offense late in the first round would be very foolish to pass on drafting a player who understands how to play the game the way Pat does. I'm sure on most boards -- because Pat is going to have to change positions -- he will be rated lower than I suggest, but remember this: if your favorite team drafts Pat in any round, they will have drafted an impact special teams player who will turn into a franchise WR sooner than you think. I call him Pat (Slappy) White because all the teams that pass on drafting Pat (in the future) will be slapping themselves silly they didn't draft him." Why not Pat White?