White missed the last two seasons as he participated on a Mormon mission.
White played in 34 games as a freshman in 2011-12 as a backup to Bob Cousy award winner Kendall Marshall. Marshall suffered a broken wrist in UNC's third round win over Creighton and White became the starter for the next two games. He had two points, six assists and zero turnovers against Ohio in the Sweet 16 and a season-high four points and seven assists without a turnover against Kansas in the South region championship game.
For the season, White had 29 points, handed out 32 assists and committed only five turnovers in 196 minutes.
"We're glad to have Stilman back in school and with our team," says UNC head coach Roy Williams. "He had to make his first two collegiate starts in the middle of the NCAA Tournament and performed well. He has not played much basketball the last two years and is coming off an ankle injury so he has some work to do to catch up. But he will give us additional experience and depth in the backcourt."
White, who will be a sophomore next season, attended Hoggard High School in Wilmington, N.C.
White Back On UNC Roster
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