It's White. Even if he wouldn't actually say it out loud, Galloway admitted that if one were to speculate that way, he wouldn't be embarrassed.
"I'm not saying it's me. It could be anyone,'' White said with a smile when I told him of Galloway's not-so-subtle hints about him. "But yeah, I think I'm playing pretty well.''
Indeed, if there's anyone in the receiving corps that looks the part it is the junior college transfer from New Jersey by way of Lackawanna College in Pennsylvania. At 6-foot-3 and 211 pounds, he's the kind of big receiver over which coaches drool.
Shoot, throw in the dreadlocked hair and the No. 11 jersey and he looks like Bruce Irvin lined up against a cornerback.
"Yeah, a few of the guys have told me that,'' White said. "And a few of the coaches, too.''
If a big part of the game is mental, White seems to have that part down. He's confident to the point of being cocky, but without making it seem so.
"Yeah, I think I'm the only one who can stop me,'' White said. "But I think everyone should feel that way. It's just a mind thing, being confident. If you don't think you're going to beat a guy in man coverage, you're beat before the play starts.''
The only real chance to see White so far came in WVU's spring game and he didn't disappoint. He caught five passes for 72 yards and had a highlight-reel touchdown run after catching a short pass and taking it 46 yards.
He is, of course, just one. In an offense that figures to throw north of 500 passes again this season, White will need help out there. It could come from a lot of different places.
"We need to find six to eight kids that can play at a high level,'' Galloway said. "And that just means being able to function and do what they're able to do. If that's blocking, it's blocking. It could be running intermediate routes or it could be your vertical guy. It's a puzzle you have to put together.''
White actually looks around and sees some of those pieces falling together.
"I'm a bigger receiver, K.J. [Myers] is more of a route runner, Mario [Alford] is real fast, [Thompson] is quick,'' White said. "Everybody's a little different. I think when we bring that together it'll be pretty good.''
Don't be surprised, though, if White is the centerpiece.
"Physically, Kevin's what you look for,'' Galloway said. "He's big, tall, strong and he can run and compete. The sky's the limit for him. He'll be his own worst enemy if he doesn't get it figured out.''
By all indications he has.
Reach Dave Hickman at 304-348-1734 or dphickm...@aol.com or follow him at twitter.com/dphickman1