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Jets pick record-setting WR in 7th Round Dan Leberfeld

I will let the numbers do the talking when it comes to WR Jordan White out of Western Michigan . . .

2011 – Set new WMU single game record for recieving yards (265) and broke WMU single game recieving yards (265) … set new new MAC career recieving yards (4,187), single season recieving yards (1,911) and tied for career receptions (306) … set WMU bowl records for recieving yards (265) and tied for receptions (13) … Biletnikoff Award semifinalist … AFCA All-America … Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America … SI.com All-America … Yahoo Sports All-America … career record holder in receiving yards, receptions and 100-yard games … season record holder in receiving yards, receptions, TDs, 100-yard games … single game record holder for receptions … 12 catches for 119 yards at Michigan (9/3) …recorded 12th 100-yd receiving game of career … had second most recieving yards in the country with 177 against CMU (9/17), ranking second in the nation for the week and earning MAC West Offensive POTW … recorded 14th career 100-yard recieveing game and matched career high in receptions in a game (14) at No. 24 Illinois (9/24) … third straight double-digit catch game with 12 receptions for 173 yards at UConn (10/1) … fourth straight 100-yard game and 10-catch game vs. BGSU (10/8) … set a new record with fifth-straight game with 10 or more catches at NIU (10/15) … has earned MAC West Offensive POTW three times … became WMU’s career leader in receptions (261) with nine grabs against Ball State (10/29) … became WMU career leader in receiving yds and single-season leader in receptions and receiving yds with a record 16 catches for 238 yds at Toledo (11/8), earning MAC West Offensive POTW … third-straight game with 100 yards, hauling in 9 receptions for 106 yds and two TDs at Miami (11/16) … hauled in 15th TD catch of the season against Akron (11/25) to move ahead of Greg Jennings for most TD catches in a season … hauled in 13 receptions for 265 yards at the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (12/27) … named First Team All-MAC Offense for the second time in his career.