University of North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky may be the first quarterback taken in the 2017 NFL Draft. But Roddy White is clearly unimpressed.

White — a former All-Pro receiver for the Atlanta Falcons — took to Twitter and compared Trubisky to Blaine Gabbert.

Trubisky certainly had a big year for the Tar Heels.

He completed 68.2 percent of his passes for 3,748 yards, 30 touchdowns, six interceptions and a 158.3 NCAA passer rating (110.7 NFL). But White is certainly right about his experience.

Prior to 2016, Trubisky threw a grand total of 125 passes at the college level. Gabbert, by comparison, had two years as Missouri’s primary starter before entering the 2011 NFL Draft. Additionally, a poor performance in the Sun Bowl against Stanford cast genuine doubt about Trubisky’s NFL prospects.

The reality is that Trubisky is a quarterback in a fairly unimpressive draft class for the position. Because of that, we can safely assume that he’ll be a first rounder — probably in the early part of the first round.

But there’s plenty of reason to doubt the North Carolina signal caller.┬áIf Trubisky goes early in the draft and White’s assessment of him is proven correct, it will certainly lead to at least one coach looking for a new job.