The twin brothers are so close that according to Mitchell, they do everything together. They'd like to continue that at the next level.
"They used to talk to us individually, but (this camp) was the first time (Michigan State) ever talked to my brother (Myles)," said White.
"They heard my brother(left) did pretty good at the Penn State Nike Camp and the Midwest Elite camp, that's when Coach Dan Enos asked me about my brother and found he was doing pretty good and getting recruited by a few schools."
Mitchell, a QB who is being recruited by Michigan State as an athlete, led the Spartans, completing 91 of 174 for 1,452 yards, 14 TDs against just four interceptions and rushing for two TDs.
Brother Myles had 15 catches for 286 yards and three touchdowns.
The two-sport stars also excel in track and field, where Mitchell high jumped 6'8" while Miles was named all-state in long jump.
"We have been talking to Coach Dantonio and he said we're pretty close to an scholarship (offer). 'We're in the hunt' is what he said and he wants to see how we do against some of the other prospects.
Both prospect say they'll be back at MSU on June 22 for the Spartans second summer camp and hope to come away with scholarship offers.
Mitchell admits, it would be tough if one brother got an offer and the other one didn't.
"I've been going to school with him since Kindgerarten so it'd be pretty hard not to go to school with him."
So are they a package deal? Would one walk-on or would they take a lesser offer?
"We'd have to sit down and talk about it, it'd be hard to turn down a Big Ten school, but yeah, we'd probably lean toward a school that we both could go together. We're really close, we were raised that way."
What other factors are they considering?
"One of the biggest deciding factors is the coaching relationship," said White. I" love football, but coaching is the big thing.
"I'd also have to sit down and figure out what I want to play in college, just quarterback or any other position. If Michigan State did offer, it'd be hard to turn down, but I'd have to ask what they're plan specifically is for me. I'd like to know what there plans are for me so I could work on it and become better at that."
The interesting duo could make it a trio two years down the road. Younger brother Austin just returned from the Elite 100 freshman camp after rushing for 401 yards in four games on the varsity for Stevenson.
GSN will keep up with the status of the talented duo as they return to MSU's camp on June 22.