ANALYSIS: White declared for the 2005 NBA draft, after averaging 10.2 points per game as a junior, but withdrew when he did not get a first-round guarantee. He enjoyed the best stats of his college career last season when he averaged 16.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and shot 49 percent from the field. The positives of White's game mainly come from his great athleticism, which allows him to get plenty of highlight-reel dunks. White attended Florida his freshman year before transferring to Cincinnati and utilized his great jumping ability on the Florida track and field team. Although few of his opponents in college could match White's athleticism, his jumper is questionable and he is not physically strong. However, White has become more comfortable with his shot, and he knocked down a respectable 37 percent of his three-point attempts last season. He is also a good free-throw shooter, shooting 78 percent in his college career. White is a solid ball handler and sometimes brought the ball up the floor for the Bearcats. He also led the Bearcats in assists two of his three seasons with the team. He scored a career-high 32 points his senior season against Syracuse, connecting on 5-of-10 three-pointers. White seems to shy away from contact and did not add much muscle mass to his lean frame in college. Consistency has always been a knock on White, but he did score 15 or more points in 23 of 33 games last season. White has enough skills to battle for a roster spot at the end of a bench in the NBA or to star overseas. If he can continue to progress offensively and gain some weight, he will play basketball somewhere for a long time.