"Cincinnati is very high on my list," White told BearcatInsider a day after leaving campus. "I liked the campus. I really like the intimate close campus. My day and I got to see the outskirts of the campus when we walked around."
Hosted by incoming freshman Jeremiah Davis, the 6-6 guard from Virginia said he really got a feel for not only the basketball program but the school as well. White and his father visited with the school's president, academic advisor and coaches from other schools.
"They just made it clear that I was a priority and that they needed my position," said White. "They said they didn't want me, they needed me. Coach (Larry) Davis has always recruited me hard. I have a good feeling. It gave me a chance to get away from home, I am glad I went on the visit."
White doesn't have a specific timeframe for making his decision. He knows he wants to take one or two official visits before making up his mind. The start of his final prep season will have no bearing on his decision making as he feels he can concentrate on his on and off the court endeavors simultaneously.
While his isn't sure where he will continue his playing career, he knows what he is looking for.
"A place where I can play early and develop, and a system that I will fit in," he said. "I know I will take care of the academic part of things, so it will come down to relationships and a gut feeling."