For all of the reward that Bucs rookie Rachaad White has gotten in the previous couple of months, there’s been one criticism: Not everyone seems to be in love with the truth that he’s carrying No. 29 on his uniform.
As a result of quantity of gamers on the Bucs’ roster, there weren’t too many jersey quantity choices to select from when White was drafted. Did he select his quantity, or was there probably not one other selection? We requested him throughout his look on Tuesday’s Pewter Report Podcast.
“I simply sort of needed to play the hand I used to be dealt,” White stated. “Proper now, the Bucs’ roster is sort of crammed and there’s quite a lot of guys there. Quite a lot of numbers have been taken.”
However what about after coaching camp? That’s when cuts occur and the roster will get trimmed down. White wore No. 3 at Arizona State, however that presently belongs to kicker Ryan Succop. White would like a single digit quantity, nevertheless, good issues come to those that wait.
“Actually, it’s not finish all, be all,” White stated. “Do I need like a single digit? Yeah. That’s my aim and issues like that. Would I take No. 3? Yeah, any day of the week. That’s my quantity, however in due time, in due time. On the finish of the day, I do know my time will come when it’s time for me. I can’t complain about No. 29 or simply having any sort of jersey, 29 is an effective jersey. I really feel like I’m going to make something look good.”
You may watch White’s complete look on the Pewter Report Podcast right here.