White now with four

In talent-rich South Florida, Sean White will be one of the top quarterbacks in the class of 2014. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound signal caller recently transferred to University School (Fort Lauderdale, FL), a program coming off a state title win. White now has four offers and is hearing from plenty more programs.

Sean White picked up his first offer from Wake Forest back in August. He's since added Boston College, Miami (OH) and Hawaii to that list.

"It's really excited because as I get older all the hard work has been paying off so it's exciting," White said.

He's also getting interest from plenty other programs including Arkansas, Florida State, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Duke, Indiana, and Purdue.

"They like my arm strength, my leadership, they like how I can read the field and make every throw," he said.

White finished his junior season with around 3,300 yards passing and over 40 touchdowns.

"I thought I had a very good season. I was first team all-state and first team all-county. I threw for the most yards and touchdowns in South Florida, so I thought I had a really good season," he said.

This spring, White is focused on improving several aspects of his game in addition to becoming more familiar with his new high school team.

"(I'm working on) continuing to get better and more accurate. I transferred to University School, so I'm just working on getting the timing with the new receivers and stuff like that, just perfecting everything," he said.

White is taking it easy this spring but he does have a couple of potential visits on the calendar.

"I'm just transferring, so I'm trying to get settled in, but I think I'm going to go to Duke this spring and possibly Florida State Junior Day," he said.

FOX Sports NEXT will have the latest on the Sunshine State signal-caller and his recruitment.

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