2010 Prospect Performs Well at AU Camp

A report is featured on a rising junior in-state football prospect.

Troy, Ala.--Jawara White is just going to be a junior this fall, but he has already done enough to begin attracting attention as a college prospect.

The 6-1 1/2, 207-pound linebacker from Charles Henderson High School was one of the more impressive players at Auburn's July 12th football camp.

"I went against some good competition," says White, who notes that he has been told an Auburn scholarship will be waiting for him to sign in February of 2010. "All of the running backs were good."

Jawarra White was one of the top linebackers at a recent Auburn camp.

Earlier this summer he spent four days in Tuscaloosa participating in a camp at the University of Alabama. This weekend he has another trip planned. "Our team is going to LSU on Saturday for a seven-on-seven camp," he says. "After LSU, I don't plan on going to anymore camps this summer."

White has been working out this summer at Charles Henderson High. "We hit the weight room, work on agility drills, then head to the track," he notes. "We run until you can't run anymore."

He says when formal team practices start the pace will become more intense. "We don't have two-a-days, we have four-a-days. We practice before breakfast, after breakfast, after lunch and after dinner."

The linebacker is expecting to play on a strong team this fall. "We hope to get to Birmingham (Super Six). Our tough games will be Greenville and maybe Theodore. We play Greenville at home, but we're not sure if we're going to play Theodore. Our coach sent them a contract but they haven't sent it back yet."

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