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Johnny White News & Bio


Name:Johnny White
Hometown:Asheville, NC
High School:Asheville
Born:February 3, 1988 (32)
Height/Weight:5-10, 205
Position:Running Back
Notes:Football

Bills sign Da'Norris Searcy and Johnny White
Buffalo’s front office was determined to get every one of their nine draft choices signed and to camp by report day Friday. The Bills are...

RB Johnny White a jack-of-all-trades
He doesn’t have breakaway speed and he doesn’t have imposing size, but what Johnny White does have is a skill set that should serve him...

Bills Get Roster Value From RB Johnny White
Johnny White is the perfect third running back for the Bills to put behind Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller. He doesn't need to be integrated...

Buffalo Bills in a Southern comfort zone
The 5-foot-10, 223-pound Da'Norris Searcy provides insurance, but also adds more talent to the safety position. He was overshadowed by the numerous high-profile Tar Heel...

Tar Heels Lead The Nation With Nine NFL Picks
A school-record nine North Carolina players were selected in the 2011 NFL Draft, including five on Saturday. Safety Da'Norris Searcy, running back Johnny White, quarterback...

Five Heels Picked on Day 3
Da'Norris Searcy (4th round to Buffalo), Johnny White (5th round to Buffalo), T.J. Yates (5th round to Houston), Quan Sturdivant (6th round, Arizona) and Ryan...

Johnny White selected by Buffalo Bills in NFL Draft
Former Asheville High and North Carolina running back Johnny White was selected Saturday by the Buffalo Bills in the fifth round of the NFL Draft...

Buffalo Bills join in Tar Heel draft derby
Eight North Carolina players were selected within the first 171 slots and four players inside the first two rounds. The only positional group not represented...

Hunter Furr fighting for a spot
With UNC losing Shaun Draughn, Anthony Elzy, and Johnny White from the Tar Heel offensive backfield, there’s little doubt that somebody is going to have...

UNC RB Johnny White embraces good all-around label
No one will confuse Johnny White with the last star running back to come out of North Carolina. Then again, few backs possess the speed...


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