James White was drafted by the New England Patriots in the fourth round (130th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.
2015 (14/1, 1/1)
- Made his first postseason start in the AFC Championship at Denver (1/24), where he rushed five times for 11 yards and caught five passes for 45 yards.
- Made his postseason debut catching two passes for 39 yards and rushing once for five yards in the postseason victory vs. Kansas City (1/16).
- Led the team with 63 receiving yards on two catches and also rushed three times for five yards at Miami (1/3).
- Rushed two times for four yards and caught five passes for 28 yards and a 9-yard touchdown with 1:55 left in the fourth quarter, forcing the game into overtime at N.Y. Jets (12/27).
- Led the team in receptions with seven catches for 71 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown in the win vs. Tennessee (12/20). Also rushed once for six yards.
- Rushed one time for a two-yard touchdown and caught four passes for 38 yards in the win at Houston (12/13). White's 27-yard reception in the third quarter marks the longest reception of his career.
- Rushed two times for four yards and set career highs, catching 10 passes for 115 yards and a 4-yard touchdown in the second quarter vs. Philadelphia (12/6). White's 115 receiving yards are the fourth most in Patriots history by a running back in a game.
- Rushed three times for one yard and caught two passes for five yards at Denver (11/29)13)
- Scored his first NFL touchdowns on a 20-yard pass from Tom Brady in thw second quarter and a 6-yard run in the third quarter of the win vs. Buffalo (11/23). White totaled two rushes for 14 yards and receptions for 32 yards in the game. His 20-yard touchdown catch was the longest reception of his career.
- Rushed once for five yards and caught one pass for six yards in the win at N.Y. Giants (11/15).
- Was inactive in the win vs. Washington (11/9).
- Rushed three times for three yards in the win vs. Miami (10/29).
- Made his first NFL start, rushing twice for four yards and catching three passes for 26 yards in the win vs. the New York Jets (10/25).
- Saw limited playing time on offense in the win at Indianapolis (10/18).
- Saw limited playing time on offense in the win at Dallas (10/11).
- Rushed twice for eight yards and caught four passes for 26 yards in the win vs. Jacksonville (9/27).
- Was inactive in the win at Buffalo (9/20).
- Played in one play on a kneel down prior to the end of the first vs. Pittsburgh (9/10).
2014 (3/0, 0/0)
- Played in three regular-season games and tallied 38 yards rushing on nine carries (4.2 avg.) and five receptions for 23 yards.
- Was inactive for 13 regular-season games and all three playoff contests.
- Made his NFL debut at Kansas City (9/29), carrying three times for 21 yards and posting three receptions for 15 yards.
- Rushed six times for 17 yards and fell on a Tom Brady fumble in the win vs. Chicago (10/26).
- Caught two passes for eight yards vs. Buffalo (12/28).
- Played in 52 games with 12 starts and finished career ranked No. 4 all-time at Wisconsin with 4,015 rushing yards and third all-time at UW in rushing touchdowns (45), which is tied for the eighth-most in Big Ten history. Also ranks third all-time at UW in total touchdowns (48), the ninth-most by a Big Ten player.
- Finished career ranked No. 4 all-time at UW with 5,450 all-purpose yards and set UW record for career average per rushing attempt at 6.24 yards per carry, the fifth-best mark in Big Ten history.
- With 1,052 rushing yards as a freshman and 1,444 as a senior, became eighth player in school history with multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons.
- In 2013, combined with RB Melvin Gordon (1,609) to set FBS single-season record for rushing yards by teammates at 3,053 yards.
- Finished with 18 career 100-yard rushing games, tied for the sixth-most in school history.
- Recorded the longest run in school history with 93-yard touchdown on UW's first play from scrimmage vs. Indiana (11/16/13).
- Set school record for receiving yards by a running back with 670 for his career.
- Rushed 319 times for 2,568 yards and 38 touchdowns and made 65 catches for 473 yards and eight touchdowns in his high school career.
- As a senior, named first-team all-county, compiling 136 rushes for 1,145 yards and 15 touchdowns and made 24 catches for 253 yards and five touchdowns.
- Named all-county second-team as a junior after rushing for 18 touchdowns and 960 yards on 127 carries and catching 17 passes for 184 yards and three touchdowns.
- Named honorable mention all-county as a sophomore, rushing for 463 yards and five touchdowns on 56 carries.
- Also earned lettered in baseball.
- Relative, Santana Moss, played in the NFL for the Washington Redskins.
- Relative, Craig White, played football at the University of Minnesota.
- Studied agricultural and life sciences with a focus in communication at Wisconsin.