Brevin White

Four-Star QB Brevin White Set For ACC/SEC and Pac-12 Visits

Lancaster (Calif.) Paraclete quarterback Brevin White starts his Spring Break next week and will check out several schools over the next few months.

Brevin White is a quarterback we've been watching since he was in middle school as we had a chance to watch him at several camps while looking at his older brother Brady White, now at Arizona State.

Brevin will play his senior year at Paraclete this coming fall where he'll be reunited with his old coach at Alemany, Dean Herrington. 

"I'm excited, Coach Harrington is not just a great coach but a great man and it feels like old  times being back with him," White said. "My confidence is back, my mechanics are back to where they once were and I'm just having a lot of fun playing football again."

White will start Spring Break next week and will visit several schools from all over the country.

"I'll be at Oregon State on the 13th and Oregon on the 14th," White said. "Coach Brennan was the one who offered me and when he went to San Jose State, I stopped hearing from them for a while. I've been back in touch with them again and I talk a lot with Coach McGiven, the OC and QB Coach so I'm really excited to get out there and visit the campus.

"Oregon hasn't offered yet, we're just trying to build that relationship a little and see where that goes. From there, I'll fly out to Tennessee and spend two days there. I have daily contact with them and I'm pumped for this trip. I've never been before but I have great respect for their tradition and program. My dad really wanted to visit with Brady when he was being recruited but they never took that visit so we're both exited to meet the coaches and see the campus."

White will head home for a few days and then jump back on a plane to head to the East Coast.

"I'm going to visit Harvard and Boston College April 19-20," White said. "With Harvard, I think they were a little surprised that I had interest and wanted to visit. I told them I did and I really am looking forward to getting out there and visiting. It's the Ivy League and obviously different from the other schools recruiting me but you never know, it could be the best fit for me."

"That will be it for Spring Break visits but I'm going to the Nike Camp in Charlotte May 7 and plan to visit North Carolina  and  Memphis while I'm out there. I really like UNC a lot and they're one of the programs I talk to more than anyone else. Mike Norvell is at Memphis now and he's close to our family. He's the main reason Brady chose ASU when he was coaching there so I'm looking forward to that visit as well."

Washington State is another school on the short list for White and he has already visited twice.

"I visited earlier in the year and I really liked it up there," White said. "I talk with Coach McGuire, the OL Coach, all the time. It's kind of cool actually, most of the coaches I talk with are QB coaches but Coach Leach, being a head coach, isn't allowed on the road. Coach McGuire is the one who has been out to see me and we have developed a really good relationship. 

"I would say the schools I talk with the most are WSU, Tennessee, Oregon State and ASU. I'm still planning to make a commitment sometime over the summer. I'm really looking forward to having my decision behind me so I can focus on my season. I want to be able to start bonding with my future teammates and just knowing where I'm going to be for the next 4-5 years is going to be a big relief for me."

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