Any college football fan will tell you that the awesome tandem of Steve Slaton and his quarterback Pat White was something not to be missed. As Slaton's QB, White a run and gun quarterback, put up big numbers in both passing and rushing throughout his collegiate career, and now is considered one of the top 5 QBs in the draft, projected to go in the third round.
Until recently nearly everyone thought White's game could only transition to the pro-level at the wide out position, but White has taken advantage of pro day and workouts and has changed the mind of many of his doubters.
After trading away Rosenfels and picking up Safety Dan to backup the oft-injured Schaub should the Texans seek to spend a third round pick to reunite Slaton with his former QB? Or is White still too big of a risk, especially since the Texans offense has always catered to pocket passers?
Should the Texans target West Virginia quarterback Pat White in the third round?
Yes, Slaton and him were, and will be, amazing. (44 votes)
Maybe, our QBs are currently risks, but I'm not sure White would be a good fit (19 votes)
No, White is not a good fit for Houston (29 votes)
92 total votes