Kevin White was the seventh overall pick of the draft a year ago because he is a massive talent. He's a tall (6-2) and fast (4.35) wideout playing alongside another skilled receiver (Alshon Jeffery), creating a huge opportunity for success.
Obviously White was sidelined all of 2015 due to a shin injury, but that looks to be far in the past. In fact, there were reports last season that it was possible he could have returned, but the Bears played it safe. Now he's healthy and reports out of training camp seem positive.
White is playing in a run-first offense, as evidenced by the Bears ranking 25th in pass plays called last season, compared to sixth for running plays. He'll also have to make quite the impression to break up the trust built between Jay Cutler and Jeffery, who was ninth in receiving targets per game last season.
Even though Jeffrey is expected to see most of the targets, there should be plenty of love for a talented player like White. He's healthy now, and should play a big role in Chicago's offense.