"I would have to say that Iowa State's at the top of my list," said White, who led his team to an 8-3 record and into the second round of Texas' Class 5A playoffs. "I just like the school and program they've got there. It's really the facilities and atmosphere I see on TV that I like. I can't wait to take a visit to check out everything. I guess I would commit to Iowa State on my official visit or after that. I just want to check everything out first."
White had played defensive end the past three seasons and moved to middle linebacker this fall. A three-year starter, White posted 49 solo tackles and 22 assisted stops as a junior.
Cyclone assistant coach DeMontie Cross has indicated that he's being recruited with the expectation of becoming a rush end.
"They want me to play defensive end," White said. "But all of the other schools want me to play middle linebacker. It doesn't matter where I end up, because I like both. My speed and awareness are my positives and should allow me to make big plays at either place."
John Foster Dulles' season ended in the playoffs with a loss to Elsik in the second round. It had finished second in District 19-5A.