Rookie receiver Kevin White turns 22

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Bears first-round draft pick Kevin White is officially an adult, turning 22 years old on Thursday.

White is the fourth youngest rookie/player on the Bears’ roster behind Eddie Goldman, Jacoby Glenn and Al Louis-Jean who are 21 years old.

As a birthday gift, we will show you one of the more impressive things the wide receiver has done in his young career.

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White didn’t attend minicamp due to an undisclosed injury, but Bears coach John Fox expects White to be ready for training camp.

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