CAMP VIDEO: White Updates Recruitment

2015 Newhall (Calif.) Hart signal-caller Brady White slings the rock at Cal's one-day camp under the lights and updates his recruitment with Cal Sports Digest in this exclusive piece.

BERKELEY -- With the focus squarely on the cadre of 2014 quarterbacks at California's one-day camp on Sunday, with signal-callers Sean White, Keaton Dunsford, Luke Rubenzer and Robert Webber gunning for an offer from the Golden Bears, several 2015 quarterbacks made strong showings, including Newhall (Calif.) Hart's Brady White.

"I think I had a great day today. It was so fun to get out here with all of the guys and to compete, have fun together and to get to know all the coaches. I had a good time with them," said White, who had the luxury of throwing to 2015 stud Trent Irwin.

So far, only San Jose State has offered the 6-foot-2, 180-pounder, but he's also starting to see interest from other programs this spring.

"Oklahoma State is close to offering," White said. "I've been in contact with Washington, UCLA, a bunch of schools from the Pac -- Stanford -- some SEC schools with Vandy and Florida."

White worked quite a bit with offensive coordinator Tony Franklin, who praised his touch and quick release.

"I learned a lot. They taught me how to keep my feet live in the pocket and how to make throws easier, improve your accuracy," White said.

Along with on-the-field tips, White also learned a bit about the recruiting process, and gained some clarity as to what he should be looking for in a prospective school.

"They taught me that, when you're choosing a college, you've got to focus on the big picture," White said. "It's a life choice, academics first, and then football. That's going to be four to five years of your life, and if football doesn't go as planned, you want to have that education to fall back on. They definitely taught me a lot about that, but it was a good day out here."

After his evening in Berkeley, White is headed out to Stillwater, Okla., for yet another camp, this time with the Cowboys.

"I'm just looking to get out there and get after it," White said. "I'm headed out to Oklahoma State tomorrow for their camp, and I'll see the school. Busy, but I've got to get myself out there, and I'm open to anyone right now. I'm looking forward to the recruiting process." Top Stories