However, while White's workout was reportedly impressive, it was his former teammate who ended up stealing the show.
Alford ran a 4.43 electronically timed 40 at the combine but as anyone who watched him during his time at Morgantown could tell you, he's a few ticks faster than that on tape. That's likely why he chose to run the 40 at his pro day instead of standing on his combine result.
The deep threat is unlikely to be taken early in the draft, but he could be a nice option in the middle or late routes for a team that needs a wide receiver who can stretch the field.
Regardless of his pro-day 40 time, it's pretty clear that Alford is already on a lot of teams' radar thanks to his speed.